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01:13 akk Hi -- I'm looking for a way to pull all branches of a repo so I can work offline, in 2.1.4 (the only version Debian stable has).
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01:13 akk I've found a few pages discussing this, some scripts that attempt to do it, but none that actually work.
01:14 akk (in the unlikely event that anyone else is hanging out on IRC on Saturday night/Sunday morning ...)
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01:21 kadoban akk: Once you fetch from a repo you can work offline. Checking out a local branch from a remote tracking branch requires no further access to the remote, after that.
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01:22 akk kadoban: I've tried git pull --all and git fetch --all, and in both cases if I checkout the branch afterward, it tells me I need to run git pull to get up-to-date.
01:22 akk And if I try git pull, it complains about not having a net connection.
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01:23 kadoban akk: What is the exact message you're getting, and in what circumstance?
01:23 kadoban You obviously can't pull, since that entails a fetch.
01:23 akk Sec, let me find another un-updated repo ...
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01:26 kadoban At a guess, you should do something like 'git merge @{u}' instead of 'git pull' on that branch, which is basically a shortcut for 'git merge somewhere/whatever', when you're on a branch named 'whatever' which is tracking the branch 'whatever' from remote 'somewhere'. You can also do rebases or resets, if one of those would be appropriate to your workflow. somewhere/whatever *is* your local idea of what the remote branch looks like, which is the best you
01:26 kadoban can possibly do while offline.
01:28 akk Here's what it says: "Your branch is behind 'origin/branchname' by 1 comment, and can be fast-forwarded. (use "git pull" to update your local branch.)
01:29 akk Does that mean I actually have the changes locally, and it recommending another pull is wrong? Should I be doing a merge?
01:29 akk s/1 comment/1 commit (though it was more like 29 commits when I hit this problem earlier today, offline)
01:30 kadoban akk: Yes, that means that origin/branchname, has one more commit than branchname does. You can use origin/branchname without another fetch/pull/whatever.
01:30 kadoban It suggests the pull because ... I dunno, I guess usually you'd want to do that in case more commits have happened there since you last fetched or something.
01:30 akk What I want is to have ALL branches. The problem I hit earlier today is that my laptop happened to be on a branch in one of my source dirs
01:30 kadoban So another pull isn't precisely wrong, but it's certainly not required.
01:31 akk so the 20 or so times I'd run a script that does git pull --all, it hadn't actually pulled master, only that branch
01:31 kadoban akk: That's what I'm saying ... you do have all branches, once you've fetched from the remote.
01:31 akk and when I wanted to work on master, I couldn't.
01:31 akk So I'm not clear, what command should I use to bring the branch up to date?
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01:32 akk git merge @{u}? (What's the @{u} ?)
01:32 kadoban akk: 'git merge origin/branchname' would be the long version, which is essenitally equivalent to 'git pull' except without the fetch (unless you've configured pull to do something other than a merge)
01:32 kadoban man git-revisions
01:32 kadoban Hmm ... bot
01:32 kadoban man gitrevisions
01:32 gitinfo the gitrevisions manpage is available at http://jk.gs/gitrevisions.html
01:32 kadoban Hah, there. It's in there. It's short for @{upstream} or something I believe
01:34 akk So in my .gitconfig, I could make an alias like update-branch = git merge @{u}? (Trying it ...)
01:34 kadoban You could, though unless you're doing that super often I'm not sure I would. It's possible better to try to learn what each piece means, which will give you much more flexibility in the future.
01:35 akk I probably won't do it often enough to memorize @{u} for when I need it, hence the alias.
01:35 kadoban (you may not always want actual merges, you may want to check what @{u} refers to, in terms of what new commits are there compared to your current branch, etc.). But it's not the worst idea ever just making an alias.
01:36 akk Looks like that worked! Thanks much.
01:36 kadoban 'welcome
01:36 akk And yes, I understand that merges could sometimes be a problem, but with this repo it probably won't be
01:36 kadoban Ya, should be fine then
01:37 akk or if it is, the conflicts will be simple enough to resolve.
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01:37 akk For this kind of thing is it better to be running pull --all or fetch --all? I've tried to understand the difference from the man pages but don't quite grok it.
01:37 akk I'm not even clear if I need the --all.
01:38 kadoban I think --all only makes sense for fetch. Even when you do 'git pull --all' ... I dunno, I think the --all only affects the 'fetch' that is implied by the 'pull'. AFAIK it doesn't otherwise do anything.
01:38 kadoban --all is only really needed on fetch, AFAIK, when you have multiple remotes, which you fairly likely don't?
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01:39 akk I only have multiple remotes in the sense of remotes/origin/branchname for various branches.
01:40 akk But probably that's enough that I need the --all?
01:40 kadoban Ya, then I don't think it will be doing anything at all.
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01:40 akk So it would get remotes/origin/*, all the branches without the --all?
01:41 akk I guess I might still need it for one github repo I have that's forked from another github repo
01:41 kadoban Yes. The --all to fetch is for  remotes/origin/* and remotes/someotherremote/*, etc.
01:41 akk so I have the remote for mine plus the remote for the upstream it was forked from.
01:46 akk Okay, thanks! I think I understand this a little better now.
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01:46 kadoban Maybe you should just do 'git fetch --all' to be sure, it really can't hurt much in the vast vast majority of cases, heh.
01:46 kadoban I mean before you go offline that is.
01:46 akk Yeah, I think I'll keep the --all in my script ... probably can't hurt.
01:46 akk I'll add a comment that it probably isn't strictly necessary in most cases.
01:46 akk I have a script I run that loops over a bunch of repos I might want to work on and pulls them all, to use before I take the laptop somewhere.
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01:53 akk Wow, so weird: adding that one alias (and a comment above it) to my .gitconfig makes file, diff, tkdiff and meld all think it's a binary file instead of text.
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01:57 context so, why does system override global config
02:02 kadoban context: Huh?
02:03 kadoban wonderfulmee: Dunno, though there's usually nothing sensitive in there really.
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02:19 context im saying the system config file is overriding my ~/.gitconfig
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06:57 _ikke_ context: what does git config --show-origin --list return ?
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09:24 apus hi, i'm new to git and would like to know how i could handle the following case: i have two branches. both are there to stay, because they are for different versions of a program but are aside from small differences equal. i have stuff i need to change that (probably) doesn't affect those differences. how would i correctly go about introducing those changes to both branches?
09:24 grawity do it in the latest version, cherry-pick (-x) each commit to each older branch
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09:47 bddy Hi, suppose I have a private repo that contains an application and some files are really private (passwords, etc). I would like to publish it to a public repo, what is the best way to do it? Like, push to the public remote but ignore some files
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09:53 bddy Ah, got it, I just need git filter-branch --tree-filter 'rm -f my_file' HEAD
09:54 bddy A shell script that would copy current repo to another dir, execute this and then push to public remote will do, since releases won't be as often.
09:55 selckin !sensitive
09:55 gitinfo [!filter_sensitive] You can use filter-branch to remove sensitive data from a repository's history. https://help.github.com/arti​cles/remove-sensitive-data/
09:55 selckin !config
09:55 gitinfo [!configfiles] It is recommended to store local configuration data in a file which is not tracked by git, but certain deployment scenarios(such as Heroku) may require otherwise. See https://gist.github.com/1423106 for some ideas
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10:39 apus grawity: thank you, that worked flawlessly!
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13:06 BlaXpirit how can I search the reflog for some text inside diffs?
13:06 BlaXpirit meaning that I wrote some code, (hopefully) committed it  and now I want to find the commit with that code
13:06 selckin !reflog
13:06 gitinfo The git reflog (`git log -g`) records the SHAs of your HEADs for 2+ weeks. `git checkout -b myrestore OLDSHA` and `git reset --hard OLDSHA` will relink to that state via a new and current branch respectively, see http://sethrobertson.github.com/GitFixUm/ for full details.  WARNING: reset --hard will trash any uncommitted changes!  Visualize with: gitk --all --date-order `git log -g --pretty=%H`
13:06 grawity hmm, for the regular log it's -G foo
13:07 grawity but I think -G also works for the reflog too
13:07 selckin maybe try git log -S needle $(git log -g --pretty=%H)
13:07 selckin or directly
13:08 BlaXpirit good, thanks
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13:18 averagedan hey
13:18 gitinfo averagedan: hi! I'd like to automatically welcome you to #git, a place full of helpful gits. Got a question? Just ask it — chances are someone will answer fairly soon. The topic has links with more information about git and this channel. NB. it can't hurt to do a backup (type !backup for help) before trying things out, especially if they involve dangerous keywords such as --hard, clean, --force/-f, rm and so on.
13:18 averagedan oeh :>
13:19 averagedan alright, so I had a few commits, a few yesterday and a few from today. They were on GitHub as well, and they were shown in the correct day (yesterday, and today). Now, I editted a commit message (I know, bad stuff) from a commit from yesterday. It all went well, only now that commit, from yesterday, shows up under today
13:20 averagedan however it still says 18 hours ago, aka yesterday
13:20 averagedan what can I do to fix this?
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13:22 selckin there is an author and commit date
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13:27 averagedan selckin: hm.. shit
13:28 averagedan it says it's from today
13:28 averagedan but then why does github still say '20 hours ago'
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13:28 selckin because editing the commit only changes the commit date
13:29 averagedan right, and the '20 hours ago' isn't the commit date?
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13:35 cbreak maybe it's the author date :)
13:36 cbreak averagedan: each git commit has two dates associated with two identities, the committer and the author
13:36 cbreak git log can be made to show both
13:36 cbreak it should show both if they aren't the same anyway I think...
13:36 cbreak averagedan: git cat-file -p somecommit will show you a "raw" look into commit objects
13:37 averagedan cbreak: ah! that makes a lot of sense
13:37 averagedan yes, it does indeed show 2 different times..
13:37 averagedan can I still change this without fucking up everything?
13:37 cbreak you can rewrite history as much as you want
13:37 cbreak but  you'll have to force push
13:37 cbreak and everyone else that has the commit has to reset
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13:38 averagedan yes that is not a problem for now
13:38 cbreak it's better if you don't do it for public history
13:38 averagedan only i'm afraid that I'll fuck it up again
13:38 cbreak if you want to change author date / identity, commit with --amend --reset-author
13:39 averagedan right, but then the commit will be equal to commit date, which is today instead of yesterday, right?
13:40 selckin you could also just leave it that way
13:40 averagedan ?
13:40 selckin no reason that dates have to match
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13:40 cbreak averagedan: it will be "now"
13:41 averagedan ah
13:41 cbreak averagedan: or which ever date and time you tell it
13:41 cbreak you can give git a date if you're not happy with the current time and date
13:41 averagedan I'd honestly like the commit date to be the same as the author date, rather than the other way around
13:41 averagedan is that possible?
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13:41 cbreak git commit --date="yesterday.at.noon"
13:41 cbreak or what ever
13:41 cbreak give it a time you want, and use --amend --reset-author
13:42 averagedan ah, so when rebasing in order the do that, should I replace pick with edit again?
13:42 cbreak well, iso date is probably better
13:42 cbreak sure
13:43 cbreak but be aware: rebasing is a history rewrite operation
13:43 cbreak all commits afterwards will be re-committed with the current date :D
13:43 cbreak if you want to change all commit times, you can use an env var too
13:43 cbreak details in man git-commit
13:43 gitinfo the git-commit manpage is available at http://jk.gs/git-commit.html
13:43 averagedan ugh
13:43 averagedan why is git so hard :(
13:43 cbreak it's not hard
13:43 cbreak it's powerful
13:44 averagedan fair enough
13:44 cbreak you want to change something that shouldn't be changed
13:44 averagedan true
13:44 cbreak git allows you to, but you have to work for it :D
13:44 averagedan in fact, i already did :P
13:44 selckin you're trying to change reality, you started the commit yesterday and its reflecting that, if you didn't want to change that
13:44 cbreak the committer date is the date where a commit was made
13:44 cbreak the author date is the date where a commit's change was made
13:44 cbreak (where it was authored)
13:44 averagedan aha
13:44 cbreak they both exist because they don't have to be the same
13:45 averagedan right
13:45 cbreak if I cherry-pick something, or rebase something, I recommit, so commit date changes
13:45 cbreak same when applying a patch
13:45 cbreak but the author date doesn't change
13:45 cbreak if I apply a patch from someone else, I become the committer, but not the author
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13:46 averagedan alright
13:46 averagedan i'm rebasing right now
13:46 averagedan I should pick EDIT instead of PICK for the ones I want to edit, amirite?
13:47 cbreak sure.
13:47 cbreak if something isn't as you want, you can always rebase --abort during the rebase
13:47 averagedan ah
13:47 cbreak or afterwards git reset --hard to some ref log entry
13:47 cbreak i.e. git reset --hard HEAD@{1.hour.ago}
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13:48 averagedan alright
13:49 averagedan so I do; git commit --amend --date="" --reset-author
13:49 averagedan what format is the date in?
13:49 averagedan unix time?
13:49 grawity the supported formats are listed in the `git commit` manpage I believe
13:50 grawity though "now" or "yesterday" should also work
13:50 cbreak iso date ftw!
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14:00 averagedan hm
14:00 averagedan cbreak: how do I view both dates in the log again?
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14:00 cbreak git log -v maybe?
14:00 cbreak git cat-file -p will give  you everything
14:01 averagedan man
14:01 averagedan wtf
14:01 averagedan I just spent 10 minutes updating every single commit
14:01 averagedan turns out it didn't work
14:01 cbreak or git log --pretty=fuller :)
14:02 cbreak averagedan: if you want to set all to the same date, try the env vars Imentioned above
14:02 averagedan look at this
14:02 averagedan git commit --amend --date="Sun Oct 16 15:16:15 2016 +0200" --reset-author
14:02 averagedan this should have worked.. should it not have?
14:03 cbreak if it can parse that date, sure, I guess
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14:03 averagedan its the exact same date I just copied it
14:03 cbreak I always use iso date because it's unambiguous
14:03 averagedan from the author date
14:03 cbreak "2016.10.16 15:16:15"
14:03 averagedan when I run this command, vim comes up. I :wq, without editing anything
14:03 averagedan that should have worked, right?
14:03 cbreak sure
14:03 averagedan or should I have done smth else?
14:04 averagedan wtf
14:04 cbreak it doesn't?
14:04 averagedan why isnt it working
14:04 averagedan no
14:04 cbreak try the env vars
14:04 averagedan which?
14:04 cbreak man git-commit
14:04 gitinfo the git-commit manpage is available at http://jk.gs/git-commit.html
14:04 cbreak it lists them at the bottom
14:05 averagedan no idea what i'm looking for tbh.. what are env vars? variables you set with EXPORT?
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14:17 cbreak averagedan: export
14:17 averagedan sike
14:17 cbreak i.e.export GIT_AUTHOR_DATE="..."
14:17 averagedan cbreak: ok, that works.. but for some reason, authordate != commitdate, authordate = right now
14:17 averagedan wtf
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14:32 averagedan cbreak: if I just did git rebase --continue, but i want to go back a step, what do I do?
14:33 cbreak abort and restart
14:33 cbreak what --continue does depends on your schedule
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14:34 peterR`` can one ask about smartgit here?
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14:40 averagedan wtf
14:40 averagedan cbreak: author date is not updating... i dunno what to do
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14:41 cbreak averagedan: you're using a different one than for the committer?
14:41 averagedan nope, same on
14:41 averagedan i tried environment
14:41 cbreak you're using --reset-author?
14:42 cbreak if so, stop :)
14:42 cbreak maybe it screws up things
14:42 averagedan cbreak: http://pastebin.com/dRJ24yvK
14:42 averagedan this is what I did
14:43 cbreak you sure it can parse that date?
14:43 averagedan i am
14:43 averagedan its the exact same data i copied from the log earlier
14:43 cbreak that means nothing
14:43 averagedan right
14:43 cbreak the log contains human facing dates
14:44 cbreak it might work or not :)
14:46 averagedan cbreak: seems to work according to this article; https://alexpeattie.com/blo​g/working-with-dates-in-git
14:46 averagedan besides, it works for COMMITTER_DATE
14:46 cbreak maybe --reset-author is needed then.
14:48 averagedan haha
14:48 averagedan I fixed it
14:48 averagedan fucking hell
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14:53 averagedan yes!!!!
14:53 averagedan cbreak: i fixed it!
14:53 cbreak neat :)
14:53 averagedan thanks a lot
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14:53 averagedan that was more work than i would have liked, but aye, it's worth it
14:54 cbreak you sure/ :)
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14:54 averagedan cbreak: whether or not it was worth it?
14:55 cbreak yeah
14:55 averagedan nah, no way, but i'm an autistic kid thats anal about this type of shit
14:55 averagedan lol
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15:15 averagedan cbreak: err, how do I reset the env variables? export VAR?
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15:17 averagedan neverr mind
15:17 averagedan got it
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15:19 cbreak averagedan: they are per-program
15:19 cbreak as soon as you leave your shell they vanish
15:19 averagedan ah
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15:44 rindolf Hi all! Happy Sukkot! How can I merge the changes from a different branch but only for a single file (that didn't change location)?
15:46 moritz rindolf: you can apply the diff from that branch, but that will lose the history
15:46 moritz something like git diff branch path/to/file| git apply
15:47 moritz or if the file hasn't been modified in the local branch, git checkout branch path/to/file
15:47 rindolf moritz: thanks! That won't be too bad.
15:47 rindolf moritz: ah.
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15:49 moritz rindolf: you're welcome
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17:14 Celmor Is there a way to save unix permissions with the files?
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17:17 canton7 Celmor, no: git only tracks the executable bit
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17:19 _ikke_ Use a deploy tool to set the correct permissions
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17:20 Celmor and what would be the best way to save those permissions then if not as file attributes
17:21 _ikke_ Invest a bit in a good deploy tool. It has ways to make sure files have the correct permissions
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17:22 Celmor currently I have symlinks where these files belong that point to the 'live files' in gits dir
17:23 Celmor the only extra feature I need is these permissions
17:23 _ikke_ make a simple bash script then
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17:26 Celmor I had this but got told that I shouldn't do that '"$(dirname "$(which "$0")")/$file" "$target"'  as I also can't expect the script to be always in the same dir as the $file https://pastebin.com/FwT7JMRm
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17:29 parsnip i can merge commits without effecting uncommited items, right?
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17:31 sasori Hi, I have a situation whereby, I mistakenly pushed something to staging , now some other dev already pushed also something (though it's not inside my code), my question is, if I do a hard reset to the last commit before my wrong push, will the commit from the top get erased also? , I meant the tree is like this A =code from someone, B = my last pushed that still has wrong code, C = my...
17:31 sasori ...reverted code , D = my first push that has the wrong code, E = the last commit from someone else that I want to reset to..... if I do git hard reset to E , will the code in A also gets erased ?
17:31 _ikke_ parsnip: You can, but it's not recommended
17:31 _ikke_ parsnip: makes a mess with merge conflcits
17:31 _ikke_ conflicts
17:32 parsnip if i'm just working on my .emacs repo, this kind of messy is okay?
17:33 parsnip which merge conflicts? from the current commit branches, not the uncommited changes?
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17:37 _ikke_ Conflicts can happen with uncomitted changes
17:37 parsnip ah, yeah it says local changes would be overwritten by merge.
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17:42 parsnip so if i hadn't had a conflict, it would have been fine? so just deal with if i get such an error?
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17:49 vlt sasori: I think `git reset` is for your staging area and working directory. You should use `git revert` to clean up.
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17:50 sasori the other repository I did a hard reset and got cleaned in staging...now my last problem is that one I mentioned above, because some other dev already pushed/commit something , and his push is on top of the tree even if It's not related to my code, so if i do hard reset also, his push will disappear in staging correct ? @vlt
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17:52 vlt sasori: I’m afraid I don’t understand completely and we use different terms.
17:52 vlt sasori: Are we talking about a remote repo?
17:52 sasori @vlt , yes remote repo
17:53 vlt sasori: afaik a reset is for your local repo only.
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17:53 vlt sasori: Just `git revert <your_commit> and push that.
17:53 sasori @vlt , the situation is, A = pushed commit of someone, B= my last commit/push , C  =my revert is still , D= my first commit/push that has wrong code , E = my target to reset to...so if I do git reset to remote,, A will also disappear in staging right ?
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17:54 wwspider If I clone a repo an after that, the only repo gets deleted or modified, could that make me lose files ?
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17:56 _ikke_ When you clone a repository, you have the full history
17:56 wwspider I have a project in my local disk, a git project.. the online repo in github is shared by other people, if one of those decide to delete everything or do some "trick" could I lose access to the commits in my local?
17:56 _ikke_ no
17:56 wwspider ok thanks
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18:01 sasori another question: i have new codes in development branch... now I want to put this codes in staging branch, how to transfer the dev branch new codes to staging branch ?
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18:02 _ikke_ sasori: Usually you merge
18:02 sasori how to do that?
18:02 _ikke_ git checkout stable, git merge development
18:03 _ikke_ s/stable/staging/
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18:04 sasori @__ikke__ ,while am currently on staging branch, if i ran this ` git merge development` , it will only merge in my local right? not yet pushed?
18:05 vlt sasori: Almost everything you do is local.
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18:05 vlt sasori: You always merge local.
18:06 sasori i see , how to unmerge it ? is it possible ?
18:06 sasori @vlt , @__ikke__ is it possible to unmerge ?
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18:07 sasori when i ran `git merge development` while on staging branch...some other codes from team appeared also  :(((
18:07 sasori got uninclude their codes , coz it's not yet ready for staging, only mine is ready for staging
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18:17 parsnip blobs are text indexed by their hash? or is there something more precise i can say there?
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18:24 Seveas blobs are collections of arbitrary bytes and arbitrary size.
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18:29 parsnip aha, yeah now i see that in "git-for-computer-scientists" page. was trying to read John Wiegley's pdf, brain is really struggling with this git stuff. hopefully the hangover is partly responsible.
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18:31 Seveas don't drink and git..
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18:49 _ikke_ sasori: You unmerge by resetting to the commit before
18:49 _ikke_ before it
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19:13 parsnip hmm, what inserted the <<<<< in my file?
19:13 Seveas git merge or any oter command that needs to merge content
19:13 Seveas !conflict
19:13 gitinfo [!eekaconflict] Merge conflicts are a natural part of collaboration. When facing one, *don't panic*. Read "How to resolve conflicts" in man git-merge and http://git-scm.com/book/ch3-​2.html#Basic-Merge-Conflicts then carefully go through the conflicts. Picking one side verbatim is not always the right choice! A nice video explaining merge conflicts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zz7NuSCH6II
19:14 parsnip thank you
19:14 parsnip so as soon as i tried git merge and git comlained about conflict, that <<<< was inserted?
19:15 parsnip *complained
19:15 _ikke_ correct
19:15 _ikke_ it tells you what part of the file is conflicted and shows you both sides
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19:23 parsnip woohoo, conflict resolved, that was much easier than i thought. video was very effective, thanks all.
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19:56 peeps how do I undo a commit, which has not been pushed, and stash it for now
19:56 moritz git reset HEAD^
19:56 moritz git stash
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19:57 moritz (assuming it's the current commit, and you don't have other uncommitted changes)
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19:57 peeps its not the current one
19:58 peeps the working directory is clean though
19:58 moritz you can git rebase -i <sha1>^
19:58 moritz and delete the line with that commit
19:58 moritz and write down the sha1 somewhere, so that you can get it back by cherry-pick
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20:02 peeps moritz, thanks, got it
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20:20 Gfurst help guys, I need help recovering from a failed clone, I was going to init a submodule when it failed and left the working tree in a mess state, now I've fixed the proper configs (git-lfs and urls) but don't know how to reset the working tree
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20:23 Gfurst actually now I figured the error, git-lfs has a wrong address, so when it tries to fetch the files it fails as well as checkout
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20:26 Gfurst something even more disconcerning is happening git-lfs fetch on remote is stuck partially
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20:28 SpacyGrandpa Hi. I'm not sure to where ask this so I'm asking it in both Git and GnuPG channels. I was going to do a git commit regarding some changes in a repo then I got a gpg error while trying to sign... https://pybin.pw/dyKgJeFD
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20:32 canton7 SpacyGrandpa, almost certainly a GPG issue, but according to this: https://github.com/keybase/keybase-iss​ues/issues/1712#issuecomment-141226705 'export GPG_TTY=$(tty)' might do the trick
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20:32 SpacyGrandpa canton7, hmm, let me see if it works
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20:34 SpacyGrandpa canton7, oh nice, it works, thanks!
20:34 canton7 no idea why... but glad it does!
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21:13 peeps aghh, this code I stashed was persisted by my text editor, and then i added a bunch of changes.  this is so frustrating.  how can i separate out my changes again
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21:17 peeps so i made a change A, then stashed it, then edited the same file in my text editor (at this point the editor still kept change A, but i though it was removed), and I added change B.  now when i git diff, i see changes A and B, i want to undo change A only see B
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21:17 peeps i need to reverse apply a stash
21:19 rewt how are you diffing it?
21:20 peeps "git diff"
21:20 rewt just that?
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21:20 rewt try "git diff HEAD"
21:20 peeps looks the same
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21:23 rewt if you stash again, which changes does "git diff" show?
21:23 peeps presumably nothing?
21:23 peeps why would i do that
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21:24 thiago git show stash | git apply -R
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21:26 peeps thiago, fatal: unrecognized input
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21:31 rewt try: git show -p stash | git apply -R
21:31 peeps rewt, same problem
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21:34 thiago right, because stash is actually a merge commit
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21:34 rewt git show --pretty=format:%b stash | git apply -R
21:34 rewt by default git show puts commit info at the top, which i guess git apply doesn't like
21:34 thiago that's not it
21:35 thiago the problem is that git stash saves the stash as a merge commit
21:35 rewt hmm yea
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