Correct Way to Import Git Submodule in Xcode
I have just started using Git for my Xcode projects. I am working on one project, and I have imported another Git repository as a submodule. The files of the submodule are imported into my working copy folder, but what is the correct way to get them into Xcode so I can incorporate them into my code?
Should I import the files? All of them, or only the ones needed? Should I import the entire project folder?
I have the following setup, I am working on a project project with the submodule submodule. Whenever I push changes to github it sends a post request to update.php on the server. This php file execut
Is this possible? Imagine I have projects Parent & Child. Both are git respositories. Child is a submodule of Parent. Can I make edits to the version of Child that is inside Parent & commit &a
I apologize if my question is about a very simple topic, and it is answered elsewhere, but I'm a noob with git, and I couldn't answer it neither reading the git documentation, nor searching the web. I
I have a git submodule which is constantly showing modified in git status even though I never update it. # On branch master # Changes not staged for commit: # (use git add <file>... to updat
I have Xcode4.2 projects and want to add git version control to them. I also want to obtain a git repository hosting service. I want the repository hosting service to have sufficient step-by-step inst
I am working in a submodule and am having trouble untracking a folder full of files $ git status # On branch master # Changes not staged for commit: # (use git add <file>... to update what wi
Is there any way to use a git repository with the built in SCM functions of Xcode?
What is the difference between running git submodule update --remote vs cd <submodule directoy> git pull Assuming that the submodule was previously set to track some branch: git submodule ad
I accidentally checked in a wrong submodule update: ( as part of a bigger commit ) -Subproject commit 025ffc +Subproject commit f59250 It is already pushed to the remote.. How do I undo this update?
Does the parent git repository contain the full source tree of a git submodule? Lets say that the remote repository for a git submodule goes offline, can we still access the source tree of the particu
I have git repo that was on github but it was removed (it was part of the project that was abandoned), I still have a copy and I want to use it as base for other project. Can I import that repo back t
I have two git identities, one is a personal one and the other is for my employer. My work project uses a submodule and although I can clone the main repo fine, I am not able to update the submodule.
I'm working a project under git revision control that is not my project, but I have r/w access to it. So, I can change what is under revision control in regards to the .gitmodules file, but risk commi
I'm working on a project in one git repository (A) that is including another git repository (B), which in turn includes a third git repository (C). In A, I added B via: git submodule add https://githu
Is there a way to automatically have git submodule update (or preferably git submodule update --init called whenever git pull is done? Looking for a git config setting, or a git alias to help with thi
I'm attempting to use some 3rd party libraries in my iOS app, as recommended by the SoundCloud API. I followed their tutorial, running git submodule add on each of the required dependencies. However,
So far, I've been publishing a site to Windows Azure Websites via Git without any problems. But today we added a submodule to our project and Azure didn't seem to like working with submodules. The bui
I have two private repositories on GitHub called dashboard and ui. I defined ui as a git submodule of dashboard, and I configured docker to autobuild dashboard on every changes on a specific branch. I
Here are the details of my problem: I have a directory structure that looks like: where ios-src is all my project and source files and ios-libs is where all my git submodules live. When I clone the p
I have a project with a submodule that is pointing to an invalid commit: the submodule commit remained local and when I try to fetch it from another repo I get: $ git submodule update fatal: reference
I'm trying to setup a git deploy setup, wherein I push my changes when ready to a git repo on a staging server, that then uses a post-recieve hook to deploy the code from the various branches to the a
After some time I wanted to update my git repo, and then something went wrong. What is the proper way out of this situation? mblsha@siruba:~/src/psi/ $ git status iris: needs merge # On branch master
I've installed the Zurb Foundation framework in one of my git repos. What's the best way to keep using the latest scss components? Git submodule? Gemfile?
I'm writing an app for the iOS in XCode 4 and stumbled upon an issue with #import statement. All my source files are organized in folders, every folder is mapped to the group or subgroup in XCode. Con
I added this to my application: https://github.com/fpotter/juggernaut-cocoa In the instructions, it says: If you have git 1.7+ git clone git://github.com/fpotter/juggernaut-cocoa.git --recursive It
I wrote a small batch file which updates the git submodules. My only problem is I want to review the changes after the git command but the command window closes - even if I add the pause command to
I'm trying to ascertain best-practices for shared code amongst Git repositories. So far, I've obviously come across submodules which seem like they - almost - fit the bill. My project is a PHP MVC fra
Is there anyone ever come across with this issue as follows...? When u add files to your project, and the Xcode git will indicate a ? as the badge. So, according to what I know about the meaning of
I'm actually trying to learn how to use git, including the git submodule subcommands. I already set up a server on which I can host, push and pull git depositories by using ssh. I created on this se
I just installed Hudson in ubuntu 10.04, including the offical git plugin. I installed git-core, and tried setting up git to build my HTPC disto, OpenELEC.tv. I started it, and it says cloning git, bu
Say I have a git submodule already setup, and the upstream commit history has rewritten (for example a rebase squash was preformed). Say the commit my submodule head is set to no longer exits. So I wa
Current setup: Home iMac with Xcode project and hosting the git repository. MacBook for working away from home with project cloned through Xcode. I am able to pull changes made on my iMac to the MacBo
In svn you can link a repository to any folder in another svn repository. I'm wondering if there is a similar feature for git? Basically I want a git submodule inside my repository, but I want the sub
I have some large legacy git repository which I divided into modules. My problem is when I try to apply a patch created when we don't use submodule super-project doesn't have the track of submodule fi
I have a following structure of python modules: /foo.py /module /module/__init__.py /module/submodule/__init__.py /module/submodule/bar.py in foo.py I have the following code: from module.submodule.
What am I doing wrong here? $ git submodule foreach git pull # fails $ cd Submodules/MBProgressHUD/ $ git diff $ git checkout master $ git pull $ cd .. $ cd .. $ git submodule foreach git pull # fails
About 500 times every day, XCode corrects #import to #Import (the latter being wrong). This is maddening, and I don't want to shut off capitalization autocorrection system-wide. Is there a setting in
I have been an iphone developer for a while, and I have recently been including git in my workflow. I have used git settings found on http://shanesbrain.net/2008/7/9/using-xcode-with-git for my workfl
Suddenly, unfortunately, I can't place the moment of occurrence Xcode has stopped showing git information, nor can I submit/revert/etc via git from inside Xcode. If I check the Organizer's Repositorie
Im still trying to figure my way out around GIT submodules. Let's say I'm using submodules pointing to a public repository to which I only have read access. What happens to my project when that repos
(Why there is no|Is there a) way to run ./script/plugin install -SOME_HIDDEN_OPTION git://github.com... So that the plugin is installed as git submodule. The reason for submodules is to keep unrelat
I have a repository with a submodule. For me, this submodule is read-only, so I'm using submodule.Module.ignore=dirty. This works fine for 'git status', but when I commit, the whole submodule is scann
I'm not clear on what the following means (from git submodule update docs): ...will make the submodules HEAD be detached, unless --rebase or --merge is specified... How does --rebase/--merge chang
I've just started using git, like right this second. I've been invited to use a project that contains som submodules and I've been given permission through my github account. When I cloned the repo, I
While pushing my code history to git repository, I found that Objective-C project work as a submodule, which means if I push Objective-C project, it work as a submodule, like this. After I notice that
I am writing a test project to learn to write everything in code. I want to do this way so that I can better understand what the Elements in Storyboard do for me behind the scene's In my project I hav
I use Jenkins for CI, and git for XCode project, I have the XCode integration plugin and Git plugin installed, one of the submodules in my project has a sub-submodule, but Jenkins cannot pull it altho
I have a submodule in my git project, which I have made some changes to, and uploaded to my own git server to fork it. I've changed the source URL in the master git repository to the new submodule's l
The problem I'm trying to build my application in Jenkins, and it is on a private repo on Github, also there's a private submodule. I can clone the private repository in Jenkins by setting up it's cre
I have a git project that contains a git submodule that I cloned from a public read-only repository (i.e. I cannot push to that repository). Is it possible to commit to that submodule? Here's how I tr