When will `git pull --rebase` get me in to trouble?
I understand that when I use
git pull --rebase, git will re-write history and move my local commits to occur after all of the commits in the branch I just pulled from.
What I don't understand is how this would ever be a bad thing. People talk about getting in to trouble with
git pull --rebase where you can end up with a branch that other people can't pull from. But I don't get how that's possible since all you're doing is replaying your local, not-yet-public, commits on top of the branch you pulled from. So, what's the problem there?
I know this has been asked a lot, but I have not really seen a good answer. Here is what I am looking for. We do pull-requests in Stash. We want the history to show one commit per feature (stash merg
Everytime I read the git-rebase documentation, I get lost. It feels to me like a kind of a low-level operation (read: dark magic). Quoting the docs: Assume the following history exists and the curren
So I ran into a peculiar problem this morning, and I was wondering if the community could help me figure it out. So I've been doing git pull origin master when I want to fetch and merge the projects c
I encountered a strange situation with git in which I had a feature branch that modified some files and deleted one file foo.js. When I rebased onto master via git rebase master feature, I encount
I'm using git, and made a small commit followed by a large one. I decided to use git rebase to squash the two commits together before pushing them. (I've never done this before.) So I did: git rebase
In git, I have one parent branch p and several branches based on p called a, b, c. I want to rebase a, b, and c on an updated p in a single git command. Is this possible? If so, how?
For some reason when I try to rebase a branch with master with one file change (the pom.xml) git is not catching conflicts. Here is the use case. <Assume I have a master for my project already clon
Is there a difference between git rebase upstream/master and git pull --rebase upstream master, and if so, what? The remote could be any remote, not necessarily upstream.
[This question is essentially reopening git crash during rebase which never had an answer] I'm attempting to a rebase from my 'secc' branch as: $ git rebase main First, rewinding head to replay your w
when i am trying to get latest code from repository git pull origin master a message appear, error: Your local changes to the following files would be overwritten by merge: profile-summary-portlet/.
I used git pull firstname.lastname@example.org:myaccount/random.git for updating my local git directory. I found following result on shell Fast forward .htaccess | 2 +- folder_name/file1.php | 74 ++-------------- fo
I ve just changed PC, i installed git bash as always. And i got some wird problem. When i always was doing some git pull or git clone http:// link/repo.git everything worked fine. Atm i cant pull or c
How can I make a pull using Git GUI tool? It seems there is no pull command anywhere. Is there an equivalent menu option using Git GUI? Any help will be appreciated.
I was trying to understand the difference between the git pull and rebase, but everywhere I am finding the difference between merge and rebase. I understand the difference between merge and rebase , b
I am getting the following error after running git svn rebase: 'update-index --refresh: command returned error: 1' Any ideas? Below is the entire output. $ git svn rebase --dry-run xxx-iphone/xxx_prot
Following is the error I am getting when I tried 'git svn rebase': Byte order is not compatible at ../../lib/Storable.pm (autosplit into ../../lib/auto/Storable/_retrieve.al) line 380, at /usr/lib/per
With our current setup you always have to enter the branch name (ie: git pull origin feature-branch when doing a pull. I've already made the mistake of pulling from one branch into another, accidenta
when I do git rebase master I get conflict sometimes. And sometimes it becomes very difficult to track down an issue even with error messages. It would be a real help if I could find out which commit
I'm thinking of refreshing a git branch like this: git checkout master && git pull && git co - && git rebase master If any changes are pulled from origin then the previous bran
When reordering commits with git rebase -i, is it possible to have a conflict?
I have several repos that have been converted from SVN. Each time I attempt to run git rebase -i master, the message defaults to noop. When saving, I get Successfully rebased and updated refs/heads/ma
I recently forked a repository. The repository has been updated and I would like to have the updated version. When I git pull, does it pull from my repository on github? Or will it pull from the forke
The questions I've seen for undoing a git pull a slightly different to mine. This is what I've done: There is a project in directory A (not a repo). I initialized a repository in it, added the files,
I've been looking into rebasing with Git over the past couple days. Most of the arguments for rebasing say that it cleans up the history and makes it more linear. If you do plain merges (for example),
How do you fix a failed rebase with git? I received a pull request on github for some relevatively minor changes to a single file, so I accepted and then in my local branch, fetched the changes and pe
As we consider moving from SVN to git at work, a coworker has raised the concern that a malicious or accident-prone developer could use git rebase to delete remote history from our shared repo. Edit:
I wanted to reword a commit in git so I did a git rebase -i 00112233 or something similar and I get merge conflicts without making any changes to the commits that will be applied. I enter the merge co
how to use libgit2 to get a SHA value when i want to commit a new file to git The command in shell is: git add git commit git pull git push
I want to use git rebase to take a sequence of commits and apply them to a different root commit. For example, git rebase --onto root start finish to get the commits from start to finish based on roo
I have followed this answer (How to remove/delete a large file from commit history in Git repository?) to get rid of some big, unwanted files in a repository. I have done all the steps stated there in
I'm in master and I do a git pull, I get a message indicating I need to pull a remote branch. Typically I do a git co [branch] then git pull/rebase. Is there a way to git pull/rebase of [branch] witho
I am trying to squash a commit which is at HEAD into one that is a few back. When I run git rebase -i HEAD~7, however, I am presented with just a noop in the editor! I am totally confused about how th
Possible Duplicate: git pull VS git fetch git rebase I see some git project recommended you to update the project via git fetch; git rebase origin master Are there any advantages in doing this, as
I understand git rebase a bit. And I understand git reflog and git reset --hard a bit, too. But the SO answers and blog posts I've tried can't seem to help me fix this error I've made. I am working on
I have two branches: master tmp tmp branch is detached I need to put tmp branch on top of master with resolving conflicts in priority of tmp When I do git checkout tmp git rebase --strategy=recurs
I just cant understand this. I been reading a lot on the web and books and something is just not staying in my head. Can someone please give me the dummy version of the following: git fetch vs pull an
I've added and committed a wrong folder. After fixing the .gitignore file, I need to remove those files from the repository, but I don't want those files to be deleted when I run git pull on the serve
I am using msysgit client, I am able to fetch,push but when I try to pull it shows git: 'pull' is not a git command. See 'git --help'. I tried for git --exec-path and it gives C:\git-client/libexec/
I am new to Git. I have cut my branch from master as follows: git co master git fetch git pull origin master git co -b my_branch Now I have been working on my that branch for past one week. Now it is
I'm doing git pull of an open source lib, I don't care what my local copy is I just want to update it with the origin's version. i.e. it can blow away my local changes.
I think the only rule about rebase and push is that After commits are pushed to a public repo, don't rebase and push But is it true that if we only use git push or git push origin <branch-name>
When I setup my branch I did: git svn rebase git checkout -b branch-a Then I pushed that branch to the remote git repository and a colleague and I did work on it using git commit, git pull and git pu
When is it recommended to use git rebase vs. git merge? Do I still need to merge after a successful rebase?
When I try to trigger git pull command it is returning an error as follows: mert@eren-VirtualBox:~/restoranya/restoranya$ git pull origin master error: object file .git/objects/2a/0836034919f0cfe0f8f
When I create a pull request on Github, it gives me a nice 'Merge' button on the pull request page. Is it possible to configure this button to do a rebase instead of a merge?
I'm trying to reorder 2 commits, and I keep getting an error without any kind of explanation, so I have no idea what I'm doing wrong. This is the repo: $ git lol * c0000ca (HEAD, master) added a title
I forked a github repo and worked on my github repo. I have made pull-requests and it was completed. After that the upstream had some more commits so now I want to rebase, I guess thats what I have to
I am very new to coding, can someone help me on how I can successfully execute git pull with cron job. I did write a Shell script that has git pull as follows and when I run the shell script on the te
Here my situation: We're 2 people working on a C project and we use bitbucket and git as DVCS. We're really new to these systems and don't really know how to use it well. When we're both working on it
I did a 'git fetch' and then a 'git pull --rebase'. It is trying to merge changes from the remote branch to my local branch. And there are some merge conflicts. So I did a 'git reset --hard'. My quest