git pull files from a bare repo
I have a bare repository in my remote server. Files get uploaded on the remote server, now I would like to sync or pull those uploaded files to my local repository.
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git push website in order to deploy my local committed files, now I would like to do the opposite. How can I do this?
After copying my GIT repo from a PC computer onto my MAC, i can't seem to import it to an eclipse. Import happens via eGit plugin directly from existing local git repository. Same exact import works p
this issue is not the same as Merge svn repo with git repo and How can I push to a git-svn repo? git svn clone -s --bare https://ctags.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/ctags Unknown option: bare what's wr
How would you go about setting up this scenario in git: My source has a settings file with configuration settings such as db connection credentials, etc... (this is a Drupal source and I'm referring t
I have two repo on my local machine, say local1 and local2. So I ran from local1 git push local2 sombranch and I got this remote: error: refusing to update checked out branch: refs/heads/5-0-stable
How to get last tag from a (non checked-out) remote repo? On my local copy I use describe git describe --abbrev=0 --tags But I cannot use describe with remote storage
I'm trying to create a basic GIT web UI for GIT bare repos which allows edit (only) of existing files. For example, considering these two cases: /dir-a/dir-b/dir-c/a-file.txt /a-file.txt How could
What are some use cases for a bare Git repository? When should we prefer to use a bare repository and what benefits it gives us? If I need a repository for sharing with a team and pulling changes from
This is a newb question from a non-programmer: Let's say I set up Git and Dropbox together (as in http://blog.shvetsov.com/2013/04/using-git-with-dropbox.html) by having a local repo (in my work comp
Is there a way to pull/fetch code from a specific tag in a repo. Am aware that after clone, i can checkout to the tag but is it possible to specify a tag during a pull? In ClearCase i can rebase or de
Is it possible to have repo specific .gitignore files? Eg: [origin] .gitignore: foo1.* foo2.* [another] .gitignore: bar1.* bar2.* The purpose behind this is that we deploy using git on to a manage
We've got a bare git repository on a server, for a Web portal project. Several programmers, designers, etc... perform dozens of push and pull from/to it. Now we want to test the project on the serve
Is there a way to download the contents of a git repo from the Unix command line that doesn't pull down everything in the .git directory? I just want the latest version of the repo directories and fil
We are migrating our 'web repository manager' software to another solution. I have created all git repositories in the new system by going through an intermediary repository on my local machine e.g. f
I have a repo that contains my minified css/js files. Some of them are gzipped. When i go between staging and production doing push and pulls it tries to auto merge and fails on the gz ones citing it
Is possible to clone a git bare repo as a new bare repo ? for example: git init --bare mainRepo.git Then in a remote server: git clone --bare xxx@server:/path/mainRepo.git repoReplica.git And then
I have the content of a git repo (i.e.:working directory) that was exported as a tar.gz archive, and I would like to verify to which tag or commit the archive really correspond to. I don't think I can
I have 2 repositories A and B. I wanted to pull only some of the files from repository A to repository B. Is there any way to do this?
I Have a problem with git My problem is the following, when I make a pull: git pull origin example Until there Perfect!!, Then I make a rm -Rf rootdirectory Then git commit -am Delete files and
I followed basic Git tutorial and added README file, which worked. Then I copied my project files to the same folder and tried to add them to repository by running git add --all git ci 'test' (my alia
I'm setting up a git repository for a website on a GoDaddy shared hosting account. Normally one would set up a git bare repo on the server that contained the live web data only, then on a push to the
I have a remote repo on a server that I push to for staging purposes. I then have a post-receive to push that to the file directory where http://stage.xxxx.com files live on. Now that I have everythin
This question already has an answer here: Undo git pull, how to bring repos to old state 3 answers I was working on production server on master branch. Accidently I did git pull origin newbran
I have a git repo with a folder that contains files that are auto-generated source code. Overtime, there were some slight manual modifications made to that code. I am now in a position where I need to
I am trying to make a hook on a remote --bare repository that will copy the source code I send from a local git, in different folders according the branch I'm sending to. I have 3 branches on local: m
I have a server that is hosting my 'bare' GIT repo for a few projects. I want to know what it takes to move the GIT to another server?
Is it possible to remove all files in a repository and update it with only the files I have in my local machine? The reason is that, there are certain files that is not necessary in my github and so I
I would appreciate it if someone could tell me how I could delete every single file/folder on my GitHub repo without actually deleting the repo itself. I want to delete all history associated with tho
Is there a way to fork a public git repo and track them within a private repo? The use case here is to have one private repo while maintaining the ability to pull and merge from the public repo. Examp
I am running a git pull, but i am getting the following error: error: Your local changes to the following files would be overwritten by merge: config.js Please, commit your changes or stash them befo
I'm locally working on a project, and pushing everything to a remote repository. I've recently found that my hosting provider offers a git client, so instead of generating and applying patches once in
So I've got a local repository with two branches: master and shop. I've also got a bare repository, and a remote repository. I can push and pull fine between all of these, but there are some files tha
What's a simple way to find the size of my git repository? And I don't mean du -h on the root directory of my repo. I have a lot of ignored files so that size would be different from my total repo siz
We have some devs pushing to a remote bare repo on a server, and would like to do something like automate a push to perforce nightly using git p4 from this central bare repo. But am running into a sna
I have a strange problem with git configured using DAV on apache2. I'll provide more details, if needed, but here is a high-level overview of the problem. I have 3 clones of a repository: the bare on
I have a private git setup on my server that is only accessible via SSH. So I did a git init --bare on my server, now on my laptop how do I reference it? Do I use a git clone or something else?
How can I automatically push the data to a git-repo when it's pushed to a bare git repo? gitrepo - the name of my bare repo, I push to this repo from my desktop sandbox - the name of a git repo, shou
I have a repo on github on which a branch strlen was created. I can go to github.com and select that branch and see my latest commits. On my local computer I did a clone of that repo. Then did git
Say I have the following structure in Github (remote) /project /dir1 /dir2 file1 file2 Now, I forked the repo and change it to the following: /project /dir_list /files_list When ever I push the repo
I want to delete all tags from production git repo with the tags that include _TEST. #!/bin/bash COMMITS_TO_REMOVE=$(git ls-remote firstname.lastname@example.org:REPONAME | grep _test | cut -f1) COMMITS_TO_REMOVE_N
I'm currently using a file on my mac to pull from my (bitbucket) repository to my server. The file looks like this (it's called makefile): PUB_DIR=the/path/to/my/relevant/files server-pull: @ssh -t
I created a git bare repo on my linux CentOS server: /home/git/niels.git. User git and niels are in group git. I changed /etc/passwd so home dir of niels is git. ssh as git to niels.git : push and p
I have a very old project that includes the source from another project directly, instead of linking it as a library. Back in the bad days, when I was keeping everything in CVS, I had the external cod
I have a git repo that has a directory full of user uploaded files. The directory also contains a .gitignore */. I did a pull from a remote repo and all of those files in the directory were deleted w
When I run it on my git repo this is what I get. git pull . From . * branch HEAD -> FETCH_HEAD Current branch rel_20121207 is up to date. But when I run just git pull it actually updates from the
I have a repo that's forked from a remote repository. I made some changes, the remote repository updated and now I want to pull in all changes from the remote repository, and not care about anything i
I have a cloned repo I use for the live site and I have it pull from a bare repo. For some reason every time I execute git pull I get the already up to date message. But it's not up to date and not
I am using Amazon Ec2 . I am trying to create a Remote Repo on the Ec2 server to which I can check in code and run my server from there . Ec2 Server Here is created two folders /home/ubuntu/project.
I tried to make a new bare git repository but I get this error: Max:Git-Projekte max$ git clone --bare . ~/Dropbox/Git-Projekte/Mainpage.git Cloning into bare repository '/Users/max/Dropbox/Git-Projek
I have bare git repo at: /home/git/mysite_com.git On each push to this repo, the post-receive hook does: GIT_WORK_TREE=/var/www/mysite.com/live/www git checkout -f master Obviously, when i go to: cd
I want to access a bare git repository, and I want to list all files in the repository. On a normal git repository I can easily do that by running git ls-files. Example output: $ git ls-files README.