make some changes, commit and push back again.
Let me describe my situation:
Mr Blond and Mr Orange are working on branch A that branches out of the master branch on commit M1. Branch A has 2 commits: A1 and A2.
A1 – A2
Easily the most difficult problem to diagnose that I have EVER experienced. I seem to be unable to call:
exec(‘call git pull’, $output);
The process hangs and tends to take IIS with it.
I’m having troubles pulling images pushed to a private registry and get:
Tag latest not found in repository
I’m using the default registry container provided by Docker:
# docker images
I have a working copy repository that I’ve been working in no problem; the origin for this repository is on GitHub.
I’d like to make my working copy repository available as the origin for my build …
I was trying to merge a dev branch into master.
git checkout master
git pull . dev
Everything seemed to go well, although there were conflicts I fixed these and commited. But when I checked this …
Take this scenario:
I decide to ‘fork’ a codebase on github.com, and start doing my routine: Edit – Commit – Push; aka hack hack hack.
After I made some changes, I see some changes another person has …
I didn’t want to lose some information after a git pull, so I did a git fetch before. Where can I read the new modifications after a git fetch? I went to the FETCH_HEAD file, but there was nothing …
I typically use git pull –rebase if I’m working directly on master (which I try not to do anyway). In the event that I forgot to do a rebase and just did git pull, is there a way to undo that and …
I have started collaborating with a few friends on a project & they use the heroku git repository.
I cloned the repository a few days ago and they have since made some changes so I am trying to …