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01:13 yuken Is it possible to have git, under Linux, automatically push a file/files whenever it is modified? This is mainly for a "testing" branch of my game, while all pushes to the master would be manual.
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01:48 Topic for #git is now Welcome to #git, the place for git help and your morning commute | Public logs at http://goo.gl/BuUi5o | Current stable version: 2.9.0 | First visit? Read: http://jk.gs/git | Getting "cannot send to channel"? /msg gitinfo .voice | git-hg: Don't you know that's poison?
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02:27 Rakko On OS X I have git complaining about untracked files. I notice that all the untracked files have non-ASCII characters in their names. My LANG is en_US.UTF-8. How can I get git to recognize them as being the right files?
02:27 Rakko On OS X I have git complaining about untracked files. I notice that all the untracked files have non-ASCII characters in their names. My LANG is en_US.UTF-8. How can I get git to recognize them as being the right files?
02:27 Rakko The repo is one I copied over whole from my Linux box (where no such problem happens). I also did git reset --hard HEAD and git clean -dfx on the Mac.
02:27 Rakko My git on the problem system is 2.6.3
02:27 Rakko Oops, sorry about the duplication. Paste error.
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02:37 kadoban Rakko: What if you clone the repo instead of just copying the files over, does that fix it magically? (blind guess, I have little idea)
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02:38 Rakko Possibly. I'm hesitant to do that because it's over a gigabyte in size.
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02:40 kadoban Rakko: You have no new content locally on it, right? What if you just delete all the files in the working directory and then 'git checkout .' to get them back? (don't delete .git obviously)
02:41 Rakko Right
02:41 Rakko Trying
02:43 Rakko git co . shows the same problem
02:43 Rakko What I don't understand is why it doesn't *both* show untracked files *and* show deleted tracked files
02:44 kadoban That's unfortunate :-/ Hopefully someone who knows something about this will come by.
02:44 kadoban Yeah, that doesn't make sense to me either.
02:45 Rakko There is also at least one pair of files in that repo, I think, whose filenames differ only in case.
02:46 Rakko I haven't seen evidence of that tonight though
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02:53 Rakko kadoban: OK, cloning it anew did the trick.
02:54 Rakko Could it have something to do with the encodings on each filesystem? I naively assumed that everything these days would be UTF-8, but I guess maybe I'm wrong.
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02:59 kadoban That's rather bizarre ... I have no idea how a new clone would be any different in this respect than deleting all of the files and doing a checkout.
02:59 kadoban I too would think they'd all be UTF8, though I suppose it's likely configurable too.
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03:01 Rakko But yeah, regardless of the fs encoding the checkout should have fixed it
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03:11 markmarkmark !books
03:11 gitinfo [!book] There are several good books available about git; 'Pro Git' is probably the best: http://git-scm.com/book but also look at !bottomup !cs !gcs !designers !gitt !vcbe and !parable
03:11 markmarkmark !bottomup
03:11 gitinfo 'Git from the bottom up' starts with explaining the building blocks of git and proceeds to tell you how they fit together. http://ftp.newartisans.com/​pub/git.from.bottom.up.pdf (http://ikke.info/git.from.bottom.up.pdf)
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03:14 thiago_ Rakko: why do you think those files should be tracked?
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03:19 Rakko thiago: because I haven't touched the working tree in any way
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03:19 Rakko so they must be checked out from the repo itself
03:19 Rakko oops thiago_
03:20 thiago well, how do you know that something else didn't create them?
03:20 thiago or that they are filesystem corruption?
03:20 Rakko ooh, I didn't know about git from the bottom up
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03:21 Rakko thiago: well, I suppose the repo itself could be corrupted
03:21 thiago or your fs
03:21 Rakko but I deleted everything but .git and then checked it out again
03:21 Rakko and had the same problem
03:21 thiago or it could be some other application that created the bad names
03:21 Rakko no, no other app would have touched it
03:21 thiago ok
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03:22 thiago do you have a matching file for each untracked that is tracked and has a similar name?
03:22 Rakko for every file I've checked, yes. but I haven't checked 100%
03:22 thiago can you give an example of the bad name and the correct one?
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03:25 Rakko unfortunately I deleted the old repo and cleared the terminal
03:25 Rakko but I know the filename SPRÖTTEL.TRP occurred
03:26 Rakko in git status it used \xxx notation for the Ö, which is to be expected
03:26 thiago just one?
03:26 thiago just one \xxx, I mean
03:29 Rakko no, I think each accented character had two or three \xxx bytes
03:29 Rakko I could get it back from backup I suppose
03:29 thiago ok, that is correct for UTF-8
03:29 thiago was that the one showing tracked or showing untracked?
03:29 Rakko untracked
03:29 Rakko but on linux (and in my brand-new clone) it's shown as tracked
03:29 thiago did two files exist for each file that should have existed?
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03:41 Rakko no, just one
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03:46 BSaboia how can I rebase up to a certain commit in the branch? I do not want to use git rebase -i HEAD~4
03:46 BSaboia can I just pass the commit hash?
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03:52 Fissure BSaboia: yes, HEAD~4 is just a shorthand for a commit hash
03:52 BSaboia Fissure, thanks
03:52 Fissure !man gitrevisions
03:52 gitinfo The git man pages are available online at http://jk.gs/git.html. Or were you looking for the "man git-foo" syntax(without the !) ?
03:52 gitinfo the gitrevisions manpage is available at http://jk.gs/gitrevisions.html
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03:55 Fissure Rakko: the HFS+ filesystem forces everything to a specific unicode normalization form
03:56 Fissure so if the filename that's checked in isn't using that form, weird things will happen
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03:56 Fissure git expects the filename it creates to be the name readdir() returns, which isn't the case on HFS+
03:56 Rakko oh, yeah
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03:56 Rakko I should have thought of that. Silly Apple.
03:57 Rakko Why did redoing the checkout not fix it?
03:57 Rakko does git clone have special handling that sets things up for future operations?
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03:57 Fissure as far as i know, git doesn't do anything special to work around the weirdness
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03:59 Rakko very interesting
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04:00 Fissure because git creates file1, then does readdir() to check for untracked files, sees file2, and says "i don't know about this file"
04:00 t-mart_ im trying to understand the "--abbrev=0" option to git describe, but using it and _not_ using it seem to produce the same result (always just give the youngest tag name from current HEAD). when will i see a difference?
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04:02 t-mart_ nevermind. every example repo i tried had their heads at a tagged revision. i saw the difference of --abbrev=0 when i checked out a non-tagged commit
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04:16 Rakko thanks
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04:20 RustyShackleford Anyone have experience with migrated to git from another VCS
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04:21 RustyShackleford need to migrate 3 release branches, ideally keeping track of the difference between those releases
04:21 _ikke_ What VCS?
04:21 xaviergmail don't leave us! :-(
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04:21 RustyShackleford IBM Rational Clearcase lol
04:21 RustyShackleford is terrible
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04:22 RustyShackleford so its looking like I'll paste v1 into a new git repo, commit all files
04:23 RustyShackleford create a v2 branch, paste the source code for v2 over the project
04:23 RustyShackleford and all changed files will be replaced. Commit those. Rinse and repeat for v3
04:24 _ikke_ That's the easiest way
04:25 RustyShackleford is that the best way though?
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04:26 _ikke_ https://stackoverflow.com/questions/​26967817/clearcase-to-git-migration
04:26 _ikke_ Apparently there is no good alternative
04:26 RustyShackleford the price for clearcase will floor you
04:27 RustyShackleford 2500 to 5000 per developer per year
04:27 _ikke_ RustyShackleford: Might work in two steps
04:27 _ikke_ cleacase to svn, and then to git
04:27 _ikke_ https://www.polarion.com/products/svn/svn_importer
04:27 RustyShackleford eh no. I don't think we need to keep full version history
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04:28 _ikke_ ok
04:28 RustyShackleford just be able to merge changes upstream to later releases
04:28 RustyShackleford I want to make sure that relationship between releases is set up correctly
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04:29 RustyShackleford also I have no experience with svn
04:29 _ikke_ Right, then that is the way to go
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04:30 RustyShackleford i've used git a lot, but never in a production environment. Also trying to decide the branching scheme
04:31 RustyShackleford also, only a few of the other devs have experience with git
04:31 RustyShackleford http://nvie.com/posts/a-succ​essful-git-branching-model/
04:31 RustyShackleford can't tell if this is a good design, or too complicated
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04:31 _ikke_ Depends entirely on your own workflow
04:32 _ikke_ But if you need to maintain multiple release branches, I think git flow is decent
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04:34 RustyShackleford is that git flow?
04:34 RustyShackleford or something else?
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04:36 _ikke_ That's git flow
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04:38 RustyShackleford a different team at work does it like this: v2 is a branch of v1, v3 branches from v2, and so on
04:39 RustyShackleford which seems simpler in a way
04:42 _ikke_ That's where you start out
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04:44 RustyShackleford i guess I didn't think of it that way
04:44 RustyShackleford there would also be an identical branch called master
04:44 RustyShackleford the way I'm picturing this
04:45 RustyShackleford or rather two, development and master
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06:43 Mavericks hello what's the command to save the first commit /tip of HEAD for one of the paths in reflog ?
06:44 Mavericks what's the proper format ? is it git reflog HEAD@{whatever} -p - a >  example.patch ?
06:44 deltab what do you mean by save?
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06:45 Mavericks deltab: it's part of deleted branch . would like to save it as a patch and apply it on one of my current development branches
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06:48 deltab sorry, don't know
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06:51 phanimahesh Mavericks: git show <revision> -p > revision.patch
06:52 phanimahesh Mavericks: check git reflog, copy the commit id or HEAD@{number} and use it as <revision>
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06:55 phanimahesh Mavericks: Or you can simply do git cherry-pick <revision>
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07:06 Mavericks phanimahesh: will try that
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07:06 Mavericks last i tried it copied the rest of commits too. i must have done something wrong
07:06 Mavericks phanimahesh:
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07:08 cbreak Mavericks: git cherry-pick will not copy history, it will copy the changes from a commit or a range of commits
07:09 pabs3 is there a simpler way to reference the upstream branch than @{u}?
07:09 j416 pabs3: you can write the name of the branch
07:10 pabs3 thats more complicated
07:10 Mavericks cbreak: i see
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07:10 j416 pabs3: that's a matter of definition.
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07:11 cbreak pabs3: simpler than @{u}? :)
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07:11 cbreak as in "fewer characters"?
07:11 j416 perl people..
07:11 pabs3 as in less annoying keypresses
07:12 Mavericks cbreak:  phanimahesh: what i did was git reflog HEAD@{300} -p -a which was the issue and incorrectly tried it with git log
07:12 Mavericks phanimahesh:  cbreak: it worked
07:12 Mavericks phanimahesh:  cbreak: thanks a lot
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07:34 pabs3 I deleted a topic branch that it turns out I needed, is there any way to see recently deleted branches?
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07:35 osse pabs3: do you have the command and its output in the scrollback?
07:35 ldleworker pabs3: branches just point to commits, so use `git reflog` to find the commit that the branch pointed to, check it out, then checkout a new branch like normal
07:36 osse i think git branch will delete the reflog too
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07:36 ldleworker noooo
07:36 pabs3 no and it doesn't appear in the master branch reflog AFAICT
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07:37 ldleworker there's no "master branch reflog"
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07:38 ldleworker pabs3: once you find the commit in the reflog its just `git branch <name> <sha>`
07:38 osse pabs3: it must be one of these:  git fsck --unreachable | awk '$2 == "commit" { print $3 }' | xargs git show
07:39 lb pabs3 it's just `git reflog`
07:39 lb it shows you the commits that HEAD pointed to.
07:39 cbreak check the HEAD reflog
07:39 lb in the past
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07:39 osse ah HEAD's reflog. smart'
07:39 cbreak you can also check logs in gitolite, or on what ever other server you used
07:40 pabs3 aha, forgot about HEAD
07:40 lb cbreak i like to see the logs of my github repo please ^^
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07:41 cbreak lb: you don't have them in your web interface?
07:41 lb cbreak didn't check lol ^^
07:42 pabs3 looks like I either didn't commit at all, or the commit has been cleaned up, thanks anyway :)
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08:08 phanimahesh I always track reflogs on all branches. Mesa very paranoid
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08:11 phanimahesh Mavericks: Was afk, glad it was solved. :)
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08:55 dokma Where does git take the commit message editor setting from?
08:55 phanimahesh dokma: $EDITOR, your environment variable
08:55 dokma isn't set
08:56 phanimahesh defaults to nano/vi then, I guess
08:56 dokma uses emacs
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08:56 dokma found it... git config --global --get core.editor
08:57 phanimahesh check gitconfig core.editor
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08:57 phanimahesh cool.
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09:15 _ikke_ $VISUAL < $EDITOR < core.editor
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09:19 qsx what if none of those is set?
09:21 gajus Hello
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09:21 gajus I have a A branch (that is branched from develop branch) and B branch (that is branched from A branch)
09:21 gajus I have made changes to A branch
09:22 gajus and have merged it into develop
09:22 gajus I have checked out B branch
09:23 gajus and rebased using develop
09:23 gajus when I do `git push`, I get messsage "Everything is up-to-date."\
09:23 gajus but my PR on GitHub appears as 'This branch has conflicts that must be resolved'
09:23 gajus what am I missing?
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09:25 gajus Hm. Looks like I needed to `git checkout develop; git pull; git checkout branch-B; git rebase develop`
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09:32 gajus http://paste.linux.chat/view/5c8d67ac
09:32 gajus Broke something
09:32 gajus git status
09:32 gajus says that I have rebase in progress
09:32 gajus but it also says 'nothing to commit, working directory clean'
09:32 gajus "git rebase --continue" in the mean time tells me
09:32 gajus 'No changes - did you forget to use 'git add'?'
09:33 gajus 'Applying: Use primitives to express parameters'
09:33 gajus is it safe to skip the patch?
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09:37 lb gajus from the outut of your git rebase --continue i'd suggest you go ahead and skip the patch
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09:38 gajus lb: I have tried and basically every subsequent conflict ends with the same error message
09:39 gajus the weirdest thing is that `git status` originally does see the difference
09:39 gajus http://paste.linux.chat/view/113bb7e8
09:39 gajus it is after I to `git add -A` and `git rebase --continue` that I get that error
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09:40 lb gajus has that branch already been merged prior to the rebase?
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09:41 gajus What I did before was: I merged 'A' branch into 'develop'. Then I rebased 'B' branch onto 'develop'. Then I checked out 'develop' and pulled the changes (because I realised it is not up to date). Then I checkout 'B' branch again and rebased on 'develop' and this is where I am getting the errors.
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09:43 gajus I have aborted the rebase and tried again
09:44 gajus I just noticed that it says that 'Falling back to patching base and 3-way merge..'
09:44 gajus http://paste.linux.chat/view/cad09f7b
09:44 gajus is it normal that it says 3-way merge?
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10:00 gajus Okay. This feels really broken. I am needing to skip pretty much every commit
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10:11 gajus Okay, so the git skip refers to a latter commit, not the one I have been solving.
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10:15 torak is there any way for me to share a git repo privately? I mean i will add it to my cv but i don't want to open it to the whole world?
10:16 gajus zip it?
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10:17 DieguezZ hi, what is the best way of merging to branches but one commit? Branch A (removing one commit from it) to Branch B
10:18 DieguezZ cherry pick?
10:18 torak gajus: but that wont be live and they may not be able to see my progress.
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10:19 gajus Oh, well, you private repository then
10:19 gajus you can host a repository yourself
10:19 gajus just Google it
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11:01 gajus Okay. I have finished the rebase
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11:01 gajus Now when I try to push it, I am getting non-fast-forward error
11:02 gajus Does this mean I need to use --force?
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11:05 cbreak gajus: if you want to kill remote history: yes
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11:12 gajus cbreak, but how else can I update the branch?
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11:12 gajus I have an open PR
11:13 gajus I have already rebased on the parent branch 'develop'
11:13 cbreak you can make a new one
11:13 gajus why would I want to do that?
11:13 gajus that would require creating a new PR again and killing the prvious
11:14 cbreak gajus: those are your options.
11:14 cbreak kill remote history, or make new remote history
11:14 gajus understood. Thank you
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12:41 pgdagenais Hey guys, strange question, is it normal that I don't have the git submodule command on my fedora 24 installation ?
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12:45 vlrk hi all, i am trying hard to find a git log related command .. through which.. i can find like.. in which commit specific change got introduced in one specific file
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12:46 i7c git blame?
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12:46 vlrk any help...in this regard would be highly appreciated.. i tried .. google .. but not with much help
12:47 i7c vlrk, git blame?
12:47 i7c :)
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12:48 i7c vlrk, there is also git log -- file/path/blerp.derp if you are only interested in the commits but not which line was introduced by which commit.
12:49 vlrk i7c: thx.. i will try this ..git blame.. i am intersted in one specific change..
12:49 i7c vlrk, well the git log command gives you basically all commits that affect the respective file. git blame shows you each line of a file together with the commit that introduced the line.
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12:50 vlrk so..is it like git blame <string which iam searching for>
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12:51 i7c Ah!
12:51 i7c No that's actually done using git log -S'string you are searching for'
12:51 i7c Now I finally understood what exactly you are looking for. ;)
12:52 i7c There's also -G which behaves slightly different. Have a look at !man git-log
12:52 gitinfo The git man pages are available online at http://jk.gs/git.html. Or were you looking for the "man git-foo" syntax(without the !) ?
12:52 gitinfo the git-log manpage is available at http://jk.gs/git-log.html
12:52 j416 vlrk: git blame <file>
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12:55 vlrk j416: yeah..thx.. did the same
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13:25 DieguezZ hi, i am trying to merge two branches and i am having problems with the commit message
13:25 _ikke_ what problems
13:25 DieguezZ i am trying : in branch qa, git merge origin/staging to merge staging with qa
13:25 DieguezZ then, i got a pair of conflicts
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13:25 DieguezZ i solve them, and when i do git commit
13:26 DieguezZ i get a message i would like to change
13:26 DieguezZ i edit it
13:26 DieguezZ save it
13:26 DieguezZ git log... and i see the original message
13:26 DieguezZ if i do.. git commit --amend
13:26 DieguezZ and do it again
13:26 DieguezZ i again see the original commit message
13:26 DieguezZ wtf?
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13:32 DieguezZ no ideas? is this a poltergeist?
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13:37 Sylvain31 hi, how can I remove the merge of  master -> branch1 from another branch2, which was probably branched from branch1?
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13:55 wrksx hello guys
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13:55 wrksx Is this safe to clone a repository within a repository?
13:55 wrksx I'm intersted in the google API
13:56 wrksx and they say it's on github
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13:56 wrksx so what will happen if I git clone *inside* of an existing repo?
13:56 wrksx git clone -b v1-master https://github.com/google/​google-api-php-client.git
13:57 Sylvain31 wrksx: it is git submodule
13:58 wrksx Sylvain31, that's neat. I always thought submodules had to be initialized with a specific syntax
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13:59 wrksx Sylvain31, have you experience with submodules? I'm concerned about what's goin to happen when I push that
13:59 Sylvain31 there's some init command so.
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14:01 Sylvain31 You can try it, it is pretty safe. Sometimes, I do edit the .gitmodules by hand…
14:02 Sylvain31 you can create a forked repos, do some test and destroy it at the end ;)
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14:04 wrksx hum the submodule appears not to be tracked
14:04 wrksx I guess I need to add+commit it
14:05 Sylvain31 submodule will do it, give it a try to handle it.
14:06 wrksx I don't get that sorry, can you exdplain what you meant?
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14:06 Sylvain31 do hesitate to copy your working copy, but probabyl not needed:  cd ..; cp -a repo repo.copy
14:06 wrksx yeah I'll test this in a copy of the working copy first
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14:07 Sylvain31 I mean, just copy your repository, and test if the submodule do the job for you, commit and test it. I'm pretty sure it is what you want.
14:08 AndreasLutro does anyone know how to find out which version git started reading config files from $XDG_CONFIG_HOME ?
14:09 eycsigfy I git stash pop'ed when I shouldn't have... How can I undo the automatic merge it attempted? I tried git merge --abort but that doesn't work...
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14:10 wrksx Sylvain31, all in all that will require lot of testing
14:10 wrksx like what will happen when other devs will pull
14:10 wrksx I'm not sure I want to go down that long road...
14:10 AndreasLutro nevermind, found it out. 1.7.12
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14:11 wrksx but thanks for your input
14:11 Sylvain31 wrksx: no problem, do it whever you're ready ;)
14:12 wrksx I mean I might simply track the API code but not as a submodule and boom i'm done
14:12 wrksx but that would be so rad
14:12 wrksx *wouldn't
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14:13 Sylvain31 wrksx: symlink may also helps.
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14:19 wrksx Hum... First submodule test failed, after an add + commit, I switched branch and the other branch contains the submodule too
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14:20 wrksx actually it contains an empty submodule
14:20 wrksx I don't get it
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14:29 wrksx Sylvain31, are you positive that using git clone inside an existing repo will create a submodule? it doesn't seem to have that effect really
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14:32 Sylvain31 no, I think it wont create it for you, as a submodule. I was just guessing, you wanted the submodule feature.
14:32 joaumg So, I'm having an interesting situation... there is master, and the last commit on it was in 2014... however, there is a commit ( tagged ) on the master which date is 2016... what wizardy is this ?
14:32 joaumg Also, how can I fetch this latest commit ?
14:33 ResidentBiscuit Does tagging update the date?
14:34 _ikke_ Update what date?
14:34 ResidentBiscuit Of the tagged commit
14:34 _ikke_ no
14:34 _ikke_ commits are immutable
14:34 _ikke_ Depending on what type of tag, only a new ref is created, or a tag object + ref are created
14:35 ResidentBiscuit Commits are immutable, but I can change almost anything of a commit?
14:36 _ikke_ Which wil create a new commit object
14:36 _ikke_ Which is rewriting history
14:36 wrksx Sylvain31, ho right, makes sense. I unfortunately didn't get it that way... Im goin to read up about submodules a bit then. ;) ty
14:37 ResidentBiscuit I guess that makes sense
14:38 wrksx ResidentBiscuit, yeah don't be confuse, when you change a commit you actually 'replace it by a new one cloned from the original one
14:38 wrksx confused
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14:40 ResidentBiscuit I always considered it as altering the commit, but it does make sense that it just creates a new one.
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14:40 _ikke_ ResidentBiscuit: This is because the hash of the object changes
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14:40 _ikke_ which will make it a new object
14:40 _ikke_ and old history will not reference that new object
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14:42 ResidentBiscuit This all makes sense now
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15:04 wrksx So after testing a bit I came to the conclusion it is not possible to have submodules and keep switching branches (of the main repo) as easily as when there's no submodules.
15:04 wrksx Am I confused or is that it?
15:05 wrksx The main problem is that when you switch from the branch containing the submod to a branch without the submod, git keeps the submodule repo intact because it concider it is not tracked in the main repo
15:06 Hello71 where else would it put the submodule data
15:06 wrksx wut?
15:06 Hello71 the submodule is only tracked in the main repo by way of a pointer
15:06 Hello71 s/pointer/'&'/
15:07 Hello71 if you look in repo/submodule/.git it has all of the objects of the submodule
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15:07 wrksx What I need is to commit the submodule in dev branch, and then be able to switch to master and I don't want the submodule to still be present after the master checkout
15:07 Hello71 unless you want all of those to be deleted and re-fetched
15:07 Hello71 that's not how git works.
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15:08 wrksx Hello71, that's what I thought, thanks for confirming
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15:09 wrksx I'm not aware of how subtrees work, do you think it might do the job for me? ie. do not get in the way when switching branch?
15:10 wrksx subtrees where mentioned along in the docs I read about subtrees
15:10 wrksx about submodules I meant
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15:25 eycsigfy I want to git stash and check to see if it actually stashed anything using bash... What's the best way to do that?
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15:27 perlpilot eycsigfy: *a* way would be to compare the output of "git stash list" before and after your attempted stash
15:28 eycsigfy How about I run git stash and grep the standard out for keywords?
15:28 perlpilot that's another way
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15:28 perlpilot if it doesn't stash anything it'll say "No local changes to save"
15:29 eycsigfy Yea, that's what I was thinking.
15:29 eycsigfy I'd really still need to grep if I compared the git stash list... Unless I can just get the size of the stash.
15:30 eycsigfy Oh wait. Git stash list | wc -l
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15:31 KevinMGranger you could also use git status --porcelain first to see if there's anything *to* stash
15:31 KevinMGranger But the list | wc -l solutoin is probably simplest
15:32 ajacmac I'm trying to setup ssh for sourcetree...but when I type ssh -v in gitbash it goes straight to usage, and the pictures on the guide sites seem to show it indicating version numbers, etc.
15:32 ajacmac did I do something wrong?
15:32 eycsigfy Yea, I'm just making a simple script to rebase down to 1 branch above my feature branches.
15:32 perlpilot eycsigfy: actually ... does the return code of "git status" change depending on whether or not it stashed anything?
15:32 eycsigfy I'll go with the wc -l. Thanks for letting me bounce ideas of you guys!
15:32 eycsigfy perlpilot: it doesn't
15:33 eycsigfy perlpilot: I had actually asked in here before... I was confused as to why that was the case, because if you try git stash popping, it will return an error
15:33 eycsigfy I suppose one is an actual error and the other is a non-success, but still.
15:33 perlpilot seems like a buglet to me.
15:34 eycsigfy I hesitate to put an issue up for that... I don't want Linus to yell at me :<
15:34 perlpilot ajacmac: did you do "ssh -v"  or "ssh -V" ?
15:35 perlpilot Even if he yells at you, you might learn something useful  :)
15:35 eycsigfy True.
15:35 ajacmac perlpilot: ssh -v
15:35 eycsigfy I guess I'll look and  see
15:35 ajacmac not capitalized
15:35 perlpilot ajacmac: try the other
15:35 ajacmac lol, ok thanks, that did show version info
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15:36 ajacmac that command must have been split, because both outputs, version and usage, was shown in the images on the guides
15:36 eycsigfy Where can I go to submit issues?
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15:38 perlpilot eycsigfy: dunno.  I haven't done it in years and I don't remember the details.
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15:41 ajacmac I've uploaded a few keys (opened the files in an editor and copied and pasted) to bitbucket and they keep coming back as invalid.
15:43 ajacmac I used sourcetree to make some, gitbash to make some...what should I do?
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15:47 diegoviola is there a way to split a commit into different commits?
15:48 markmarkmark can anyone point me in the right direction to find the file layouts for git files? i.e. blobs, commits, trees
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15:50 perlpilot markmarkmark: https://git-scm.com/book/en/​v2/Git-Internals-Git-Objects gives an overview, but https://github.com/git/git will have all the details  ;)
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15:50 perlpilot diegoviola: yes.There's always a way.
15:51 diegoviola ok
15:51 diegoviola rebase?
15:51 perlpilot diegoviola: maybe you want to use "git rebase -i"?  It might depends on how complicated your desires are
15:51 ajacmac got it, the text file I was opening manually had the key encrypted and I was copying that instead of the unencrypted contents
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15:52 diegoviola perlpilot: just want to move one line into a new commit
15:52 diegoviola but no need, really
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16:40 P4Titan Hello all. I just committed a file. Is it possible to undo the commit on just that file?
16:40 P4Titan is it: git checkout <filename>
16:40 P4Titan or git checkout HEAD~1 <filename>?
16:40 _ikke_ The latter
16:41 _ikke_ Well
16:41 _ikke_ that undoes also the change
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16:52 catuca I have got a dumb question. After I clone a repo...can another person connect to my cloned repo and checkout?
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16:53 _ikke_ They can clone again
16:53 catuca but they must clone from origin not from my cloned copy, right?
16:54 catuca nobody can clone from my clone, correct?
16:54 Eugene You can clone any git repo anytime(except shallow ones; don't do that)
16:54 _ikke_ Every repo is created equal
16:54 Eugene They're all full copies of the history. Keeping in-sync(via remote relationships and fetch/pull) is another matter
16:55 Topic for #git is now Welcome to #git, the place for git help and 20% time | Public logs at http://goo.gl/BuUi5o | Current stable version: 2.9.0 | First visit? Read: http://jk.gs/git | Getting "cannot send to channel"? /msg gitinfo .voice | git stash drop: Hey! That stuff's expensive.
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16:55 catuca Eugene: Do cloned copies also offer a .git like in an URL type .git?
16:56 catuca Eugene: I thought that all clones must originate from the server that hosts the git repo. That it couldn't originate from someone's cloned copy
16:56 _ikke_ It's just called .git
16:56 _ikke_ instead of repo.git
16:57 Eugene "foo.git" is a convention used for naming !bare repos. Most git-hosting sites / sotware will accept foo and interpret it to mean foo.git
16:57 gitinfo A bare repository is used to push/fetch(useful for running a git server), and contains only the contents of .git/ from a "normal" repo. Read more: http://bare-vs-nonbare.gitrecipes.de/
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16:57 _ikke_ catuca: Nope
16:57 _ikke_ catuca: git is decentralized
16:57 Eugene Non-bare repos have foo/.git/, which is where all of the "repo" lives
16:57 _ikke_ catuca: Any clone is a full repository that can be cloned again
16:57 catuca _ikke_: nice. let me try to clone my cloned repo brb
16:58 _ikke_ (except for shallow clones, like Eugene said)
16:58 Eugene (seriously, don't ever use a shallow clone)
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16:58 Seveas I wouldn't use --single-branch clones as clone sources either, though it is possible to do so
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17:00 catuca _ikke_: OMG...it worked
17:00 catuca _ikke_: ok. it works
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17:01 catuca _ikke_: I after I make my changes and upstream it, I still have to SSH into the remote server and upstream to origin.
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17:07 _ikke_ Of course it works :P
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17:26 swati_27 Is it possible to apply a git patch to master branch?
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17:54 swati_27 Hello. Is it possible to apply a git patch to master branch?
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17:57 tobiasvl swati_27: of course
17:57 tobiasvl there's nothing special about the master branch
17:58 swati_27 I use "git checkout master" then in the folder of the code "git apply patchname.patch" ??
17:58 swati_27 is that all?
17:58 tobiasvl yes
17:59 swati_27 tobiasvl: Thank you.
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18:07 eager I'm looking for advice on how to set up a repo with submodules (or maybe subtrees).
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18:09 Eugene !subrepos
18:09 gitinfo [!subprojects] So, you want to add git repositories inside of other git repositories? Well, you have four main options. First is to just do it, add the repo to the outer project's .gitignore, and treat them entirely separately. Best if they are entirely separate. Otherwise your best options are "!submodule", "!gitslave", and "!subtree". Try those commands in this channel, or in a PM to avoid flooding.
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18:10 eager !submodule
18:10 gitinfo git-submodule is ideal to add subsidiary git repositories to a git superproject when you do not control the subprojects or more specifically wish to fix the subproject at a specific revision even as the subproject changes upstream. See http://www.git-scm.com/boo​k/en/Git-Tools-Submodules
18:10 eager !gitslave
18:10 gitinfo gitslave (http://gitslave.sf.net) is useful to add subsidiary git repositories to a git superproject when you control and develop on the subprojects at more or less the same time as the superproject, and furthermore when you typically want to tag, branch, push, pull, etc. all repositories at the same time.
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18:11 eager Thx.  With gitslave, can I create a branch in the subproject and push it to my private repo, rather than the upstream repo?
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18:15 cbreak eager: with git you can do that.
18:15 chindy how do i reset the remote master branch to a previous commit
18:16 jamiejackson what's the github flavored md syntax for linking an image (linking not to the image URL, itself, but to another URL)? seems like the simplest question but i can't find the answer.
18:18 eager chindy: submit a patch to revert your commit.
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18:21 tobiasvl jamiejackson: this is better suited for #github but the answer is [![alt text](image)](link url)
18:22 jamiejackson thx, tobiasvl.
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18:33 manbehindthemadn any of you fellas have an idea why one of my systems always detects local change conflicts when pulling?
18:33 manbehindthemadn even though that system remains statis
18:33 manbehindthemadn static
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18:33 jamiejackson EOL issues, manbehindthemadn?
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18:34 manbehindthemadn Perhaps, im just not sure how to resolve them
18:34 charginghawk you can ignore a file, and add an ignored file, but is there a way to ignore an added file?
18:34 charginghawk like, only update a file if a certain flag is used or something
18:35 tobiasvl manbehindthemadn: !eol
18:35 gitinfo manbehindthemadn: The option/attribute to use when you need to care about different line-endings in your file: https://help.github.com/articl​es/dealing-with-line-endings/
18:35 tobiasvl charginghawk: !ignore_tracked
18:35 gitinfo charginghawk: Git only applies ignore patterns to untracked files. You can't use ignore patterns to ignore changes to files that are already tracked by git. To remove files only from git, but keeping them on disk, use git rm --cached <file>. Still, see https://gist.github.com/1423106 for ways people have worked around the problem.
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18:35 charginghawk noice
18:36 charginghawk thanks tobiasvl
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18:38 manbehindthemadn does that work for directories as well?
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18:39 pikajude can I globally configure git to not remove specific files even when I git clean -fdx
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18:41 zeroSteiner after creating a local branch using "git fetch -fu origin refs/pull/1/head:pr/1" (as to checkout a github pull request) how can you update update it?
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18:43 tobiasvl manbehindthemadn: git doesn't track directories (and also they don't have line endings)
18:43 manbehindthemadn ah, ty
18:43 manbehindthemadn can one remove via wildcards?
18:43 tobiasvl zeroSteiner: git merge
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18:46 zeroSteiner tobiasvl: what exactly do you set the remote to in that scenario?
18:47 tobiasvl what do you mean? you just fetched from the remote (origin)
18:47 tobiasvl oh you mean the remote-tracking branch
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18:47 tobiasvl checkout a branch and track pr/1 with it
18:48 tobiasvl git branch -u origin/pr/1 branch_name
18:48 tobiasvl or whatever
18:50 zeroSteiner I have to be missing something obvious here
18:50 tobiasvl all right, let's walk through it
18:51 tobiasvl so you did "git fetch -fu origin refs/pull/1/head:pr/1" which fetches pull request #1 from the remote called "origin", into a local remote-tracking branch called "origin/pr/1" (the branch "pr/1" from the remote "origin")
18:51 tobiasvl is this correct?
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18:52 zeroSteiner yes, and then I "git checkout pr/1", the next day changes are made to the remote PR branch
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18:53 tobiasvl oh OK, so you want to !sync basically
18:53 gitinfo [!pull_upstream] To incorporate changes from an "upstream" or forked-from repository: git remote add upstream $URL; git fetch upstream; git merge upstream/$BRANCH. https://help.github.com/articles/syncing-a-fork/
18:53 tobiasvl I thought you didn't have a local branch but just a !remote_tracking_branch
18:53 gitinfo Remote-tracking branches (branches which start with e.g. 'origin/', listed by 'git branch -r') are read-only mirrors of the corresponding branches in another repository. They're updated by 'git fetch'. You can't edit them directly (trying to check them out results in a !detached HEAD), but you can create a new local branch based on a remote-tracking branch using e.g. 'git checkout -b <branch> <remote>/<branch>'
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18:53 tobiasvl read those two and I think you'll be up to speed
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18:54 zeroSteiner will do, thanks!
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19:14 jumpman so, i have a few branches all based on `develop` with disparate features and `develop` is protected
19:15 jumpman would it be .. silly to make a new branch / select one at random and handle all of the rebases there
19:15 jumpman get my git history how i want it, then go on
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19:15 jumpman rather than rebasing on develop, merging, then rebasing on develop, then merging, etc?
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19:59 mkjackson hey folks, just curious but is there a way to reference a system variable in the .gitconfig file? I have my configuration stashed on multiple machines via a repo but sometimes I pull down creds from the wrong machine and it makes the commit log a bit tedious.
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19:59 mg983 i can't seem to get rid of a git submodule I followed the steps in http://stackoverflow.com/questions/​1260748/how-do-i-remove-a-submodule
19:59 mg983 but i still have submodules
20:01 mg983 if i do a grep -rnw './' -e "repo.git" i get a hit in the index file
20:01 mg983 so i removed the index file and regenerated it and it persists
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20:14 mkjackson mg983: have you checked in your <repo_root>/.git/config file?
20:14 mg983 yes
20:15 mg983 no submodules listed
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20:15 mkjackson also, you can check the <repo_root>/.git/modules directory for more clues
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20:15 nsing I'm a little lost. I took an old project and branched it. All development has been in the new branch. Is there a way to make this branch the new master?
20:16 mg983 that modules directory doesnt' exist
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20:19 mkjackson mg983: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ sorry man, I'm all out
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20:37 Eugene nsing - switch to master(`git checkout master`), then just merge in your new stuff(`git merge mybranch`). Tada!
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20:43 nsing Eugene, Thank you! I was nervous because I don't yet know the terminology well.
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21:25 FishPencil How should I get the hash for the current git repo?
21:26 _ikke_ what hash?
21:26 FishPencil the current git commit hash
21:27 Zarthus I've always used `git rev-parse HEAD`
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22:14 Alex_Rose Hey guys, having a problem. I'm an indie developer making a PS4 game, and I use bitbucket for source control
22:14 Alex_Rose but recently we migrated all the music from ogg files to events in another audio engine, FMOD
22:15 Alex_Rose point is, this involved removing all audio files from the project and adding them again in another format basically
22:15 Alex_Rose and there is a huge amount of audio in the game so the repository size is now huge
22:15 Alex_Rose and exeeds Bitbucket's 2GB limit
22:15 Alex_Rose *exceeds
22:15 Alex_Rose so I can't push anymore
22:16 Alex_Rose does anyone know a way that doesn't involve making a new repository that I can remove the audio folder from my repository permanently so it doesn't contribute to the repository size?
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22:17 _ikke_ Alex_Rose: iirc, !bfg is best for this
22:17 gitinfo Alex_Rose: A tool designed to remove large files, or passwords from history: https://rtyley.github.io/bfg-repo-cleaner/ (!rewrite applies)
22:18 belak Alex_Rose: once you have it cleaned up locally, ping me and I'll make your repo read-write again.
22:18 Alex_Rose thanks a lot
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22:30 IZh Hi! How to continue after resolving conflicts after "git subtree pull --squash ..."? How to make it to produce "merge" commit?
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22:37 ashah Hello! I was looking to add a git submodule and was interested if there was anything to fit the following. I was going to add a submodule to my repo "Foo" at path "foo-submodule". However, I already have Foo cloned elsewhere. Is it possible to simply point the submodule to there?
22:37 ashah The repo is large, and I don't wish to have to repeat cloning it.
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22:38 ryouma i'd like to try patience and histogram diff on two ordinary files (not revisions).  can git diff (or another git command) do this?
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22:49 swati_27 Hey. I'm facing some branch issues. Please help.
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22:54 swati_27 Hello?
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22:58 swati_27 anyone here?
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23:01 MrMojito Yeah sure I´m here
23:01 MrMojito Dunno if you really want me to be here, but if you are asking I´m here
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23:07 ryouma it seems --no-index is the answer to my quyery
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23:31 FishPencil how do I get the date of the latest commit in the format YYYYMMDD ?
23:31 FishPencil (the applied date that is)
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23:45 FishPencil I have this so far git log -n 1 --format=%ci which still needs some manipulation but it's a start
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23:53 FishPencil I suppose this works... git log -1 --format=%ci | sed "s/ .*//" | sed "s/-//g"

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