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01:54 Phrohdoh Is there any way to prevent committing files in 100755 mode? Having to chmod -x files from Windows-based tools is agitating.
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02:12 icedwater Phrohdoh: I'd say don't use Windows, but that's a glib answer that doesn't really help. Doesn't seem to be an option in the man pages. Have you tried stackoverflow?
02:12 Phrohdoh I haven't, but I don't use Windows, coworkers do. :|
02:12 Phrohdoh I'll do some SO searching!
02:12 bremner maybe "git config core.filemode false"
02:13 Phrohdoh ; Don't trust file modes
02:13 Phrohdoh That's not helpful...
02:13 bremner err, core.fileMode
02:13 Phrohdoh Shame the manpages just assume you know what that means.
02:13 bremner Tells Git if the executable bit of files in the working tree is to be honored
02:13 Phrohdoh Ah,     Tells Git if the executable bit of files in the working tree is to be honored.
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02:14 iddt i have a git strategy question
02:14 iddt if i'm maintaining two projects that are very similar
02:14 iddt and that share some very large files
02:15 iddt which i don't want to duplicate
02:15 iddt it seems wise to use a single repo with two branches
02:15 icedwater Phrohdoh: yeah, I found the same thing on S/O
02:15 iddt can that get me into trouble?
02:15 icedwater Different question, but same config option: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1580596/how-do-i-make-git-ignore-file-mode-chmod-changes
02:15 Phrohdoh Thanks! Now if only I could shove this into a local config file.
02:16 Phrohdoh Oh nevermind.
02:16 Phrohdoh It modified .git/config, cool
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02:17 icedwater iddt: I would do the same, but also consider whether the large files need to be in the repository at all.
02:17 iddt thanks iced.  indeed, they should.  it's game.
02:17 iddt s/game/a game/
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02:18 iddt so would you make neither branch the master in that case?
02:18 Phrohdoh Well you could have a step that downloads the assets
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02:18 Phrohdoh Instead of storing them in the same tree (assuming they don't change often)
02:18 iddt they change quite often
02:19 iddt ty for the tips!
02:19 icedwater Phrohdoh: It looks like .git/config will be modified unless you use git -c, according to the accepted answer on the above S/O question.
02:19 icedwater iddt: good luck! I don't like storing large assets in git, actually.
02:19 Phrohdoh I wanted .git/config to be modified, but that has the side effect of not applying for other project developers.
02:20 iddt given my druthers, there would be no large assets in the project.  i'm fairly bigoted against them.  but it's inherited.
02:20 icedwater I wonder if there is a .gitconfig patch you can add to the tracking so that others can check it out too.
02:21 icedwater iddt: feel you
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02:21 Phrohdoh FILES covers which files will be read and a file that can be tracked is not mentioned, afaict
02:24 iddt iced/phro, ty for the help!
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02:48 Topic for #git is now Welcome to #git, the place for git help and public-access television programming | Please take the git survey: https://jk.gs/gsurv | Public logs at http://jk.gs/glog | First visit? Read: http://jk.gs/git | Current stable version: 2.10.2 | Getting "cannot send to channel"? /msg gitinfo .voice | git-bisect: No, not like that. Grow up.
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03:05 YottaByte hi guys when I do a git pull it tells me I need to commit because I have files that are being pulled, I guess? so what are my options? I commit them, and then it tries to auto-merge?
03:05 YottaByte what happens if I do git stash and then git pull and then git stash apply?
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03:06 YottaByte does it try to merge or just use whatever state the files were in before I did git pull to get t he latest changes?
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03:06 YottaByte basically what's the best course of action
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03:06 YottaByte I don't like committing because often those files aren't ready to be committed
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03:06 YottaByte and I like committing all together so I can say if something is broken, just revert this one commit of mine
03:06 YottaByte rather than worrying about numerous ones who knows when they come in
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03:25 kadoban YottaByte: Use feature branches for that, to separate work that isn't done yet. commit often
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03:39 iqubic Can someone link me to a tutorial, or just answer my questions here?
03:40 iqubic Is it possible to rollback a repo to an earlier commit of the master branch?
03:40 preaction yes, but !revert
03:40 gitinfo That's a rather ambiguous question... options: a) make a commit that "undoes" the effects of an earlier commit [man git-revert]; b) discard uncommitted changes in the working tree [git reset --hard]; c) undo committing [git reset --soft HEAD^]; d) restore staged versions of files [git checkout -p]; e) move the current branch to a different point(possibly losing commits)[git reset --hard $COMMIT]?
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03:42 iqubic How does one discard uncommited changes in the current working tree?
03:42 preaction git checkout -- <file> (or just git checkout <file>)
03:43 preaction i could also link you to some !books
03:43 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
03:43 iqubic I would rather have an online resource. I don't have the money to spend on a book ATM
03:44 iqubic Wait Pro Git is available online.
03:44 icedwater Yup
03:44 iqubic Does that cover the command line version of git?
03:45 iqubic And is it possible to take my current git repo, and put on online on github?
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03:45 icedwater iqubic: sure!
03:45 iqubic How does that work?
03:45 icedwater iqubic: I would just create a github repo, use that as a remote, and push it there.
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03:46 iqubic Not sure what those words mean, but alright.
03:46 icedwater OK, so... you already have a git repo, right?
03:46 iqubic Yeah.
03:46 icedwater While you're in that git repo, on the command line, try (git remote -v).
03:47 icedwater Without the brackets, of course.
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03:47 icedwater What do you see?
03:47 iqubic I'm getting no output from git remote, with or without the verbose flag
03:48 iqubic And I'm certainly in my git repo
03:48 iqubic So what now??
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03:52 icedwater So you can add a remote of your own... $ git remote add origin <url-to-remote>
03:52 icedwater This will add the repository as a remote that you can then verify with $ git remote -v again.
03:52 icedwater Ugh, gotta work on my command line embeds.
03:53 iqubic What's wrong with those command line embeds?
03:53 icedwater Of course, that github repo should exist.
03:53 icedwater iqubic: just me, I see ambiguity in "... $ git remote -v again."
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03:53 icedwater `git remote -v` would be better, I suppose.
03:54 icedwater So yeah, add a github repo as a remote, and make sure that it already exists before you try to push to it.
03:54 iqubic So I can go on to the github website, create an online repo, and use git remote to do fancy stuff?
03:55 icedwater Yup, or you could use http://github.com/new/import - I haven't tried this before, but it seems like they might walk you through it
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03:55 iqubic I'm going to read the pro git book some more, because I'm only understanding about half of what you're saying.
03:57 icedwater OK, take your time. Which half do you not understand?
04:00 iqubic icedwater: I don't know what it means to push stuff to a repo.
04:00 iqubic I'm quite new to git.
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04:01 iqubic The most I've every done with git before today is 'git clone URL' to download an external git repo.
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04:02 iqubic today I decided that I needed to make a git repo to do some version control.
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04:03 iqubic And iced water, the import link you gave me goes to 404 error.
04:03 iqubic icedwater
04:04 icedwater iqubic: sorry, I'm at work.
04:04 iqubic It's fine. I'm just doing some reading ATM.
04:04 icedwater https://github.com/new/import <-- does this look better?
04:05 icedwater The http URL redirects for me, though.
04:05 iqubic no. It takes me to the same website with the same 404 error
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04:06 icedwater Okay, so when you have a git repo that you have cloned from somewhere else, other people have contributed to it, right? That's done via pushing their commits to a public version of that repo.
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04:07 icedwater With git, you can make changes on your local machine, "add", then "commit" them to make git keep track of them, and "push" those that you want to share onto a "remote" that you can define.
04:07 icedwater Everything in quotes before is a git command, you can try e.g. `git add`, `git commit`, and so on
04:08 icedwater iqubic: I guess you would need to log in to your github account first, or create one if you don't already have it.
04:09 iqubic I already have a github account.
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04:09 icedwater You'll need to log in, then. I also got a 404 when I logged out and tried to access that URL.
04:10 iqubic Oh, I'll look that later. I'm fine with just a local git repo for now.
04:10 icedwater It only just occurred to me because I noticed the "import" option after I logged in and clicked on the plus (+) sign.
04:10 iqubic Ah.
04:11 icedwater iqubic: Okay, that's good too. Just remember that you can create remote targets to push your changes to, and some of these could be on github, among other places.
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04:11 iqubic Yeah, I'll get back to you when I'm done reading the git pro book
04:11 icedwater Feel free to ask here for help, I hope you get responses quickly. But if you don't, keep on reading while you wait, people here are from more than one timezone, typically
04:12 icedwater (It's lunchtime now for me, for instance.)
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07:38 lqi how to let "git blame" only show sha1 and code, without info in ()? or show commit date time instead of author date time when "git blame -c"? thanks
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07:57 lqi hoho, found "git blame -s", didn't see it...
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08:31 Frede__ It seems my git server is using the old way of counting objects - it's very slow atleast. Anyone know if there's a way to fix this?
08:31 Frede__ As far as I know, the counting objects should be blazing fast since 2.0
08:31 Frede__ And when i try to clone from kernel.org it is incredibly fast. But my local gitlab server takes forever.
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08:34 selckin buy an ssd?
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08:40 Frede__ selckin: That seems like the kind of deceptively simple thing that would make sense - you may be right :) I'll check with my server guy and see what kind of hardware we're running on. I assume it's a VM.
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08:59 lordjancso hi. could somebody help me with github webhooks? i have a vps and i have docker and git installed. i have a bash script to deploy. i want github to call that bash script in a post-receive hook, but i dont want to install more software on the host machine. is this possible?
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09:11 Seveas lordjancso: no. You'll need to install a webserver for that webhook.
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09:25 lordjancso Seveas but i have running a webserver in a docker container. Port 80 is in use. so i'm confused :)
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10:22 moritz lordjancso: then you need to forward the port to the host machine
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10:24 dimi1947 I have a gitignore file in this dir:C:\Apache24\htdocs\projectname....is it going to have any effect on this dir:C:\Apache24\htdocs\progectname\administrator
10:24 canton7 depends on what's in it. In theory, yeah (assuming that 'projectname' is a git repo)
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10:28 eto how can i get list of all settingas key current git install knows?
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10:29 dimi1947 canton7:well inside of it there is an entry about log files(to ignore changes in log files) and yes projectname is a git repo...depite all these the changes made in a log file inside :C:\Apache24\htdocs\progectname\administrator are accounted for
10:29 tobiasvl eto: git config --list
10:29 moritz eto: man git config
10:29 gitinfo eto: the git-config manpage is available at http://jk.gs/git-config.html
10:30 tobiasvl dimi1947: is the log file tracked? !ignore_untracked
10:30 gitinfo dimi1947: [!ignore_tracked] 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.
10:31 eto tobiasvl: that shows only what i changed
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10:31 eto moritz: so there is no way to introspect - only to learn from man page?
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10:32 canton7 eto, the only settings are ones that you specified (and some that 'git clone' or 'git init' sets for you)
10:32 lordjancso moritz but how can i forward a port on host machine if i have a fully dockerized system? i dont want to install a proxy on the host machine
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10:32 canton7 eto, most settings won't have a value at all - and then it's up to the individual git commands to decide what to do. Sometimes what they do depends on other factors.
10:33 tobiasvl well, there's also /etc/gitconfig for system-wide config, but git config --list will also list those, so
10:33 tobiasvl eto: what kind of settings are you looking for?
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10:37 eto tobiasvl: well i just wanted to find some "directory" akin to sysctl to look what else exists
10:37 canton7 eto, you mean, what settings exist?
10:37 eto canton7: yes
10:37 eto for exmaple man page contains this oxymoron: Other git-related tools may and do use their own variables. When  inventing new variables for use in your own tool, make sure their names do not conflict with those that are used by Git itself and other popular tools, and describe them in your documentation.
10:37 canton7 eto, ask that question, then
10:38 dimi1947 the log file inside C:\Apache24\htdocs\progectname is untracked(there is a gitignore file in it) but the log file inside C:\Apache24\htdocs\progectname\administrator is tracked(there is not gitignore file in it...what should I do...I was hopping that the gitignore that resides in the top dir will have effect in lower dirs also
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10:38 canton7 eto, ok, I'm not sure how git is supposed to be able to tell you what settings are used by other third-party tools, especially ones you haven't installed yet
10:38 eto canton7: "how can i get list of all setting, as key, current git install knows?" <- i thought i did
10:38 canton7 eto, everything that git knows about is in man git-config
10:38 gitinfo eto: the git-config manpage is available at http://jk.gs/git-config.html
10:38 canton7 but that doesn't answer your question, obviously
10:39 canton7 third-party git-related tools, which is what you're actually interested in, aren't covered by "the current git install"
10:39 eto canton7: yes i am reading it - if it could just spit all of them (it knows) would be nice too
10:39 canton7 there isn't a single git command which lists all settings known by all git subcommands
10:39 canton7 the man page is where that's all documented
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10:40 eto canton7: thanks i will read through, then - i just made assumption it has ability to deliver this information directly - which it doesn't
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10:43 eto thanks very much
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10:44 tobiasvl dimi1947: what do you want? a .gitignore file can have effect in lower dirs, but it's hard for us to know if yours does without seeing it. but again, if the log file inside C:\Apache24\htdocs\progectname\administrator is tracked, it will not be ignored
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10:45 dimi1947 tobiasvl:so in essence I must just use rm--cached
10:46 dimi1947 tobiasvl:and then maybe the log file in the lower dir will begin to be ignored
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10:47 tobiasvl yes, but again, you can also see canton7's gist here with some other solutions https://gist.github.com/canton7/1423106
10:47 tobiasvl but the baseline is that gitignore only ignores untracked files, yeah
10:48 tobiasvl it sounds weird to me to track log files though, but it's your project
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10:48 dimi1947 tobiasvl:so the plan is that to stop tracking the file first and then gigignore will have an effect(sorry for repeating myself)
10:48 tobiasvl yes
10:49 tobiasvl if you don't need the file in the repo, untrack it and it will be ignored by your existing gitignore
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10:49 dimi1947 tobiasvl:ok then I will go for it
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11:05 strk I read on StackOverflow that `git submodule update --remote` is supposed to update to `latest tips of remote branches`, but how does it know which branch to update submodules to ?
11:06 strk neither .gitmodules nor git config.submodule contains any mention of which branch should be used
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11:11 * grawity checks `man git submodule`
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11:11 grawity it says it'll use submodule.<name>.branch if set, master otherwise
11:15 dimi1947 tobiasvl:I used the command which I was advised....I open git gui and the file in question (git log) appeared in the"will commit" panel...is that natural?"
11:15 tobiasvl dimi1947: no idea, what does "git status" say? and are you sure your gitignore line covers that file?
11:16 tobiasvl I don't know the gui, but it should probably respect gitignore
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11:35 dimi1947 tobiasvl:it metntions the file as deleted
11:35 tobiasvl ah, yeah. you'll need to commit the deletion of course
11:35 dimi1947 after running git status on git bash...I think this is the expected behavior
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11:35 tobiasvl so yeah that is expected
11:37 dimi1947 now I have to see if gitignore in the upper directory has any effect on it...
11:38 dimi1947 tobiasvl:YES IT DOES
11:38 tobiasvl great
11:39 dimi1947 thanks....the only problem with git cammands is that I keep forgetting them
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13:33 Squarism hey.. in a branch id do : git diff --name-only 2c216ed 2fac895
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13:34 Squarism if that span includes a merge... all files of the merge are added to the diff. Is there some way i can avoid that and just see the files that have changed in my branch ?
13:36 osse Squarism: Git doesn't care what has happened between those two commits. Git looks at those commits and finds out which files are different and that's it
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13:37 osse Maybe you want to diff against another commit instead
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13:41 Squarism osse, i just want to find what files have changed in a feature branch. Starting from branch poiint and ending at HEAD of branch. And "git diff --name-only 3074e55 c93ae14 | wc -l" tells me 960 files - which is not correct
13:41 Squarism ...or that many werent changed in that branch
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13:44 osse Squarism: I take it c93ae14 is the feature branch? What is 3074e55 ?
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13:47 Squarism osse, a commit along the feature branch
13:47 Squarism before 3074e55
13:49 osse sounds like it's way too early
13:49 osse how did you determine it?
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13:49 osse try something like:  git diff --name-only master...feature
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13:54 Squarism osse, i actually see that 3 months of development was merged into that feature branch. That does explain it
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13:54 Squarism osse, How can you tell whats early and not? I might have given you wrong hashes
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13:56 osse What's early? :S
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14:02 rethus I need some code of an existing git-repository in my current project. What is the best way to get it, without adding history-entries from the remote-git to my current project-git?
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14:05 osse rethus: there is only one way: copy the files you need
14:05 rethus I found: git archive --format tar --remote=git@gitlab.com:my/Pool.git master xst_dev | tar -x
14:06 rethus But I didn't know if this is a usable way or if there are other one
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14:06 rethus read something about --orphan as parameter. Could this help in any way?
14:09 osse is this a one-time thing?
14:10 osse or do you want to script it?
14:10 osse do you want to commit the files?
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14:40 Squarism gah.. i need to improve my git skills. Anyone know how to go from "used git for 6 years but miss the deep understanding" to "know it all"
14:41 selckin !gcs
14:41 gitinfo [!concepts] "Git Concepts Simplified" explains the basic structures used by git, which is very helpful for understanding its concepts. http://gitolite.com/gcs.html
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14:47 Squarism selckin, thanks
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15:01 nedbat is there a supported way to get a list of the files that .gitignore indicates?
15:01 osse git ls-files --ignored
15:01 osse --exclude-standard
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15:07 Bloomberg when I try to do a "pull origin master" I get this error ::: Permission denied (publickey).
15:07 Bloomberg what happen?
15:07 _ikke_ That's an ssh issue
15:08 Bloomberg I need help please
15:08 _ikke_ The server does not accept your ssh key
15:08 Bloomberg how can I to fix it?
15:08 _ikke_ Making sure you are using the right keys
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15:09 Bloomberg In this folder in my server ::: /var/www/.ssh I have id_rsa and  id_rsa.pub
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15:09 barq I have a git repository to backup /etc How can I move the repository to /home such that I backup the repository when backing up home? I tried In home/usr/ I tried mkdir etcbackup; cd etcbackup; chmod 700.; git init --bare; git remote add backup .; git push backup --all, but the last step fails with the following error
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15:09 Bloomberg which of that keys I should to copy into github?
15:09 barq No refs in common and none specified; doing nothing. Perhaps you should specify a branch such as 'master'. fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly error: failed to push some refs to '.'
15:09 _ikke_ The .pub key
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15:11 Bloomberg ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAADAQABAAABAQDcsBpIsbs7yWT1hqIS99I3ZibUcG+C5ZWnrzhyLr9nRDuvja7LxjLFPNEVqyRAz3sqWTgNKulkB/YP7+Spj3ZI9jEhNvz2KZKn5EHBFYQ/3dgFEl8irjXeSTumH5ScFUSP2rggMeQ7nQxT0mxonc7dZeepPgt1Su1i2B60MIk4izVTNX2TABS4/h1PBxLy0QZrdr9yXRbv5MLks8Jja3tYfaFETIddtsanLyq+HnQ9SMMReR9QzeOnmquAm7sqg6sIxFzPA9dC5e6herITfe+YZ88NxAkOonrzgy7BFdsfsdfrKN/Z5JuKqgfdMwmzPepLfo9Tmik5/b6VIR1S2Q+FLxa/O/uJdgB apache@ns3057254.ip-137-74-202.eu
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15:11 Bloomberg this is what I have in the id_rsa.pub
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15:12 barq oops
15:12 Bloomberg and I already copied to github keys
15:12 Bloomberg what's wrong?
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15:16 iamrohit7 after every commit my branch's HEAD is detached from origin/branch_name. how do i fix it?
15:16 nedbat osse: I think this isn't what I want.  When I use "git clean -fdXn", it shows me many files that would be deleted. when I use 'git ls-files --ignored --exclude-standard', it doesn't show all those files.
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15:17 osse does it show fewer? none at all ?
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15:18 perlpilot iamrohit7: sounds like all of your commits are building off of a single commit that was a detached head, so they are all detached too
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15:19 perlpilot iamrohit7: you'll probably want to rebase those commits onto a branch
15:19 Squarism If i JUST want to see the files committed in a branch wo any merges ; from some <start> to HEAD of the current branch - what do i write?
15:19 iamrohit7 perlpilot: isn't `git checkout origin/master` not equal to git checkout master?
15:19 iamrohit7 i was doing that. that might be the problem.
15:20 perlpilot iamrohit7: no, they are not necessarily "equal"
15:22 iamrohit7 perlpilot: ah. i get it now. thanks.
15:22 nedbat osse: they are different. clean mentions *.pyc files, ls-files does not.
15:23 osse nedbat: try ls-files --others --ignored --exclude-standard
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15:25 nedbat osse: thanks, that's closer, i'll examine the diffs...
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15:26 Seveas nedbat: ls-files --ignored --exclude-standard shows all files that are tracked but would be ignored if they weren't tracked, --others shows untracked files that are not ignored and --others --ignored shows files that are both ignored and untracked
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15:29 nedbat osse, Seveas: yes, that command seems to be it.  I wish I could invoke this machinery and say, "use .mycustomignore as the .gitignore file"
15:30 Seveas --exclude-from=.mycustomignore
15:30 Seveas and then of course omit --exclude-standard
15:31 barq If I do git init --bare shouldn't a .git/ be created?
15:31 Seveas no
15:31 Seveas a bare repo is just the .git dir, that's why it's named yourreponame.git
15:31 Squarism Noone? How to see files committed on a branch excluding merges?
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15:35 barq Seveas: I don't see a .git dir in the dir I did git init --bare
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15:37 barq I can't add it as a remote
15:37 barq Because the .git is missing
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15:37 qqx barq: There is no .git dir for a bare repo, since the whole point of a bare repo is that it only contains what would be in the .git dir.
15:38 barq How can I add the bare repo as a remote then?
15:39 osse Squarism: you would have to use git log --name-only --no-merges and combine the results
15:39 barq git add remote /path/to/repo doesn't work
15:39 osse how so
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15:39 qqx barq: Perhaps add a name between "remote" and the path?
15:40 Seveas barq: git remote add name-of-remote path-to-remote
15:40 qqx Otherwise show the error message, rather than just saying that it doesn't work.
15:40 barq It worked now, thanks. So each time I push I need to push to this repo or does it happen automatically?
15:41 barq I did git push backup --all
15:43 Squarism osse, but i still se commits from "merged" branches?
15:43 osse --first-parent
15:43 Squarism was that for me?
15:43 osse yes
15:43 Squarism woho!
15:43 Squarism that worked
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16:09 rgrinberg Can I somehow dump all new (or modified) file paths affected by a commit?
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16:09 rgrinberg I can see them with --stat, but I'd like them to be dumped to stdout without all that extra.
16:10 osse rgrinberg: --name-only
16:10 chris2 git show --pretty= --name-only $commit
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16:11 rgrinberg osse: chris2 thanks
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16:23 thebishop i have a few files i want to commit, but cannot because i have a huge list of merge conflicts that i didn't cause. is there a way to batch revert or take the remote version of the conflict files without blowing out my staged changes?
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16:30 ToxicFrog thebishop: how did you end up with staged-but-not-committed-changes *and* merge conflicts?
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16:33 ToxicFrog thebishop: anyways, "git merge --abort" might do what you want, but depending on the uncommitted changes and nature of conflicts it might not be able to save you.
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16:37 thebishop ToxicFrog, i'm not sure why i have all these merge conflicts, actually. i didn't touch any of the files
16:38 thebishop ToxicFrog, and that would definitely not touch my staged changes?
16:38 osse you must have pulled or merged
16:38 osse it doesn't happen by itself
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16:41 Bloomberg I have an issue with my github autodeploy, I already set up the hook and I get the notification in Recent Deliveries when I do a push, but I not see the change in the server repo. what will be wrong?
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18:28 anli I want to create a git repo containing everything I need to build a software package, where the git repos that will be required (main git repo and libs git repos) will be submodule and where the devtools that will be needed is pointed to in some way
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18:28 anli When everything is checked out, I will have a dir with everything needed, including devtools
18:28 anli Is that possible?
18:29 anli The dir will be autonomous and the path settings will only include stuff in that dir
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18:32 anli Is the answer of my wishes spelled "gradle"?
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18:34 qqx anli: My initial thought for that would be docker
18:34 anli ok
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18:35 anli Not free software?
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18:40 anli It seems like gradle is java focused, and it is also unclear if I always needs to ship it with my software
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18:48 timvisher how do you git log with an author excluded?
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18:50 Dougie187 timvisher: Look at --format
18:50 timvisher looks like maybe `git log --invert-grep --author='Foo Bar'`
18:50 Dougie187 So, something like `git log --format
18:51 Dougie187 Oh, you want to see all commits that don't include a specific author?
18:51 timvisher Dougie187: right
18:51 Dougie187 You could also try `git log --not --author='Foo Bar'`
18:51 Dougie187 I thought you wanted to see commit's but leave off the author information on them.
18:52 timvisher Dougie187: yeah i understand
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19:06 rmbeer hello
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19:06 rmbeer in the .gitignore have the "FINAL/" directory, why "git status" have "FINAL/" in "untracked files"?
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19:16 moritz rmbeer: have you check if there any non-printable characters in either the .gitignore or the directory name?
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19:16 moritz (though simpler possibilities like a typo in the .gitignore file name should be considered)
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19:17 rmbeer sorry, i found the problem, the .gitignore not have updated in other apps...
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19:40 anli Can I add an url to a download in a git repository so when I clone a gitrepo, that download will automatically be done?
19:41 kadoban Sounds a bit like you want git annex or one of those, though I don't know how they work in detail.
19:41 anli oh, ok
19:41 anli I want to use it for devtools
19:42 anli git: 'annex' is not a git command. See 'git --help'. :)
19:42 moritz you have to install it separately
19:43 anli Thats a big downside
19:43 kadoban It's a separate tool. git has nothing like that built in.
19:43 kadoban Why not just put it in the repo in a subdirectory or something?
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19:44 anli Because I do not want to include the devtool in the repo, it should only be pointers to github repos and devtools
19:44 anli A glue
19:45 anli oh, wait, npm can be used to download devtools, cant it?
19:45 anli npm install gcc existed
19:45 anli deprecated
19:46 kadoban So why you don't want to include it in the repo is because you don't want to.
19:46 kadoban That's a bit hard to work with.
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19:46 anli The repo should only be a list of pointers
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19:46 anli It should only glue together stuff
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20:03 anli Can I turn a subdirectory that is a git clone into a git submodule?
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20:04 Dougie187 anli: I think the only way you could do that would be to move the directory somewhere else, and add it as a submodule.
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20:04 sbeller anli: yes, just git add it and edit the .gitmodules file by hand, or try "git submodule add"
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20:04 anli Is the only place where the submoduleness stored the .gitmodules file?
20:05 anli git add dir, then add to .gitmodules...
20:05 sbeller no, there is .gitmodules to teach git about url, path (ajnd other stuff such as recommended shallow cloning, branch etc) and then there is the "gitlink" i.e. at the path of the submodule
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20:05 sbeller where you git-add it, it will be recorded with its sha1 to be precise
20:06 anli Does it matter if I add it to .submodules before or after?
20:06 anli Wait a second, a submodule contains the commit it comes from
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20:10 sbeller the order doesn't matter, and yes submodules are tracked by its commit
20:10 rodd I have a bunch of commits in my branch: 1 - abc, 2, abcd, 3 abcde .... How can I, before merging to master, make it so it appears as 1 commit in the log?
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20:11 sbeller rodd read about git rebase--interactive
20:11 rmbeer is good use the submodule? or is a experimental?
20:11 Dougie187 rmbeer: They are not experimenta
20:11 Dougie187 +l
20:11 sbeller rmbeer: submodules are pretty stable, but UX is rough
20:12 anli Does tortoise handle subtrees?
20:13 Dougie187 anli: Everything should handle a subtree once it's setup. Do you mean does tortoise handle managing subtrees?
20:13 anli yes
20:13 rodd thanks sbeller
20:13 anli Maybe it doesnt matter a lot if it does...
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20:13 anli or does not
20:13 Dougie187 I'm not sure if it does.
20:14 Dougie187 I'm not generally
20:14 Dougie187 in favor of subtrees, but some other people might be.
20:15 Dougie187 (sorry, trying to get use to a new keyboard)
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20:20 jmd What is the easiest way to split a commit into two or more?
20:21 kadoban jmd: Is it the most recent commit?
20:21 jmd No
20:22 kadoban Are there any merges after it?
20:22 jmd No
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20:24 kadoban I think you can do 'git rebase -i <thecommitbeforetheoneyouwanttosplit>' and change that commit to "edit" on that line, and then when you're in there, you should be able to uhm, I guess git reset HEAD to unstage the changes, then you can make as many commits as you want and then do 'git rebase --continue'. I haven't tested that though, make a !backup first just in case I'm wrong.
20:24 gitinfo Worried about your data while trying stuff out in your repo? The repository in its entirety lives inside the .git directory in the root of your work tree so to backup everything `cp -a path/to/workdir path/to/backup` or equivalent will suffice as long as the repo is not modified during backup. See also http://sethrobertson.github.com/GitBestPractices/#backups
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20:25 jmd kadoban: ok. Thanks.  I thought it'd have to be somthing like that.
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20:29 rodd part
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20:46 tobiasvl kadoban is quite right
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21:08 jmd How do I apply command to a sequence of commits?
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21:10 _ikke_ git rebase -x?
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21:13 jmd _ikke_: Thanks
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21:18 anli This is not really git related, but I need a script engine, as tiny as possible, so it can be included in a git repo
21:18 Eugene bash is nice
21:18 anli Can I download files with it?
21:18 anli Also, its huge
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21:20 anli hm, maybe script.exe is the way to go
21:20 anli oops, cscript
21:20 anli And the equivalent in linux
21:20 jmd anli: Guile is a lot more powerful.
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21:21 anli Hm, looking at the reference manual, it seems overly complicated
21:21 anli And is it tiny?
21:22 jmd But if size is important, build yourself a cut down bash with all the bells and whistles removed.
21:22 anli A lot of job, cant be the easiest way out
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21:23 perlpilot lua is small
21:23 perlpilot :)
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21:23 anli hm
21:24 anli When thinking about it, what do I need more than download and unzip
21:24 anli tar+lzma etc
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21:25 jmd anli: There's no such thing as a free lunch.  Either you spend a lot of effort and get exactly what you want.  Or you spend less effort and accept a compromise.
21:25 anli I never thought there was something as a free luncch
21:26 anli What I seek is a brilliant solution
21:26 jmd Those you have to pay for.
21:26 rmbeer jmd, i need learn make a compromise. :/
21:26 anli I need an autonom build system that can download other tools and decompress+install+run them
21:27 AlexMax lua is actually really nice and small
21:27 anli autonomous
21:27 AlexMax but you need libraries to download stuff
21:27 _ikke_ AlexMax: But needs a lot of libs to actually do something
21:27 anli yes, the seed must be there
21:27 _ikke_ anli: probably socket library
21:27 anli Hm, maybe I should compile a small exe file and put it in the repo
21:27 jmd epsilon is even smaller than lua, but I've only ever met one person who can use it.
21:28 jmd anli: What is an exe file?
21:28 anli Well, an executable file
21:28 AlexMax just write a bourne shell script and a powershell script
21:28 anli Then I need to know that the user has bourne shell
21:28 AlexMax if they're on unix, they have a bourne shell
21:28 anli Or powershell
21:28 jmd many files are executable only some need to be compiled.
21:28 AlexMax if they're on windows, they most likely have powershell, and is a reasonable ask if not
21:29 anli yes, likely is the keyword
21:29 AlexMax okay then
21:29 AlexMax write a cmd.exe script then
21:29 AlexMax a batch file
21:29 anli But those needs other binaries to do their stuff
21:29 anli As a shell script will do
21:29 AlexMax anli: include the bianry
21:29 AlexMax that's what i do
21:29 anli yeah
21:29 AlexMax i have already solved this problem
21:29 anli I consider to do that
21:29 anli If that is a solution, you have
21:30 anli Too bad that binary needs to know about decompressing a lot of file formats
21:30 anli Oh, wait, it does not need to know how to do that
21:30 anli It can download decompressing software of course
21:31 anli It only needs to know how to decompress that single download
21:31 anli decompressing lzma is needed for mingw gcc
21:32 anli I bet you all wonder what I aim at
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21:32 _ikke_ yup
21:32 anli No wonder
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21:32 anli I want to create an installer that could actually be chrooted
21:33 anli That does not care about whats already installed on the computer
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21:33 _ikke_ so something statically compiled?
21:33 anli It will setup all files needed to setup a development environment for a certain project
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21:34 anli well, actually, chrooted isnt exactly true, but there will be no paths except for system dynamic objects
21:34 anli shared objects, I meant
21:34 anli like dlls
21:34 anli or .so
21:35 anli That you get when you install the OS
21:35 moritz anli: I think you're getting increasingly off-topic here :-)
21:35 anli Yes, but there was no #madness channel
21:36 anli I did not check actually
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21:36 anli What I aim for is that there should be some fool proof way of setting up a programming envrionment for numerous pieces of software
21:37 anli like gimp for example, you have to make sure a zillion of dev libs are installed
21:37 moritz anli: investigate Docker and Vagrant
21:37 anli ok
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21:37 anli Those alternatives seems to be commercial, but I shall
21:38 anli Hm, its on github, a good sign
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21:42 anli Those are monster apps...
21:42 anli And Vagrant actually seemed to be another vbox
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21:45 matsaman anli: what was it you were trying to do?
21:46 zezba9000 Are there any plans to build a merge/diff tool for git thats supported by the git team?
21:46 _ikke_ No, why should there be?
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21:48 zezba9000 _ikke_: Why would you want a standard merge/diff tool? Because then git doesn't require any crazy setup work to be a complete package
21:49 matsaman they have gitk, that's fairly out-of-scope, too
21:49 selckin passing a single parameter isn't crazy setup
21:49 selckin heh
21:49 moritz anli: well, isolated/standardized systems are what give you the most reproducible dev environments
21:49 matsaman I'm not sure making diff tools is quite what git devs are interested in, though
21:49 zezba9000 selckin: It is for game devs
21:49 anli true
21:49 moritz anli: that's why folks use VMs and containers for that purpose
21:49 matsaman anli: what was your purpose, again?
21:49 selckin zezba9000: what?
21:49 zezba9000 selckin: I mean content devs like artists
21:50 selckin zezba9000: you're crazy me thinks
21:50 zezba9000 selckin: I live in the real world dude. Now there are multiple tools people who arn't as technical need to keep up to date
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21:50 anli matsaman: I want to create all thats needed to keep a software project together, where git repos are submodules and where devtools are installed automatically, in the same directory
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21:51 zezba9000 This isn't something many non techy minded people want to think about... nor should they as it makes my life harder
21:51 anli Well, in a directory below the project directory
21:51 selckin zezba9000: you can't even form coherent argument
21:51 matsaman anli: like a tarball?
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21:51 zezba9000 selckin: Calling me crazy is subjective... hypocrite.
21:51 anli They must be downloaded, they will not be included
21:52 selckin zezba9000: read back what you said, makes no sense from sentance to sentance
21:52 anli In that way, I can create a repo that more or less consists of pointers to git repos and devtool download urls
21:52 matsaman anli: not sure I see the problem
21:53 anli The problem is that my repo needs some logic to start with
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21:53 zezba9000 selckin: Ummm ya.. your assertion is unfounded.
21:53 Bloomberg hello
21:53 matsaman hi bloom
21:53 matsaman anli: ?
21:53 anli It will be cut off the rest of the system, preferrably, meaning that PATH only will contain .
21:53 moritz anli: so that folks can't use ls?
21:53 moritz anli: or do you plan to provide your own ls?
21:54 anli The path will only be set to . while making and downloading
21:54 zezba9000 selckin: I clearly stated it would be good to simplify the setup process for Git by packaging all the tools you need for basic users
21:54 anli I will not need to list files when doing those two things
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21:54 moritz anli: interpret "ls" as a placeholder for any UNIX command you might have to run
21:54 anli Well, making could be changed to "building"
21:54 Bloomberg guys how can I set up my folder in server for show this :: http://imgur.com/a/JaZeU
21:55 anli moritz: yes, but I want to use as few commands as possible
21:56 matsaman not clear to me what problem you're attempting a solution for =)
21:56 Bloomberg I'm trying to clone the settings of a server with auto deploy but in ths server that I need that works the autodeploy doesn't show like the photo
21:56 Bloomberg some idea?
21:56 anli matsaman: ok
21:56 matsaman Bloomberg: you're trying to set your prompt to that?
21:57 anli matsaman: The problem is that normally when I start to develop in a project, I will need to read up what the requirements are
21:57 zezba9000 Has anyone used TK or worked on GitGUI? I'm confused by where some button UI names are coming from.
21:57 anli matsaman: And by hand install the software needed
21:57 matsaman anli: mmhmmm
21:58 matsaman anli: you can always make an installer/script aware of what it requires and check for them automatically
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21:58 anli Also, I think it is a good idea to have a copy of compilers etc in each project
21:58 matsaman for example in sh: type FOO || error
21:58 anli Then I can be sure I will not start compile with a new version of lets say gcc
21:58 matsaman you sound like a Windows guy
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21:58 Bloomberg matsaman : what I need is to seet autodeploy for me repo directly in the server
21:58 matsaman package management is pretty cray-cray on Windows
21:59 anli I disagree about that being a windows problem entirely
21:59 matsaman Bloomberg: not following you
21:59 anli But ok, I have like 5 gcc:s here and where
21:59 matsaman anli: in other OSes you can just declare what the deps are for a package
21:59 matsaman not extra steps
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21:59 anli True, but that fails a lot actually
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21:59 matsaman you can use docker/et al. as others have said, it's just a nightmare... but so is Windows
22:00 anli version problems, for instance
22:00 matsaman that only happens with poor package managers =)
22:00 anli You have to knit together the correct version in some cases
22:00 anli Well, it happends in almost every software project I check
22:00 anli compilation errors
22:00 moritz anli: you might like the Nix package manager
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22:01 Bloomberg matsaman : I manage my own server, is a centos version, I work in another pc with github as git service, all that I need is to set auto deploy system in my server for when I push to that repository automatically push the changes in the server
22:01 matsaman Bloomberg: what's stopping you
22:02 matsaman yup, would definitely like nix
22:02 Bloomberg already have set up the Webhooks in github
22:02 matsaman take all the things and dump them in a giant redundant hierarchy
22:02 matsaman woo =P
22:02 Bloomberg The problem isn't doing the pull the server
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22:04 zezba9000 Does anyone know where the "Commit" and "Push" buttons in GitGUI are defines in the tcl files?
22:08 hackel Is there any way to see a diff before interactively adding a file to the index?  (Other than just viewing git diff in another terminal)
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22:09 moritz hackel: git add -p, git add -i
22:11 hackel moritz: I don't (generally) need to patch specific parts of a file.  I just want to review the changes prior to adding it.  Currently I'm just doing a lot of typing of filenames I'd like to avoid.
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22:11 hackel Basically I'm looking for a way to make the interactive "diff" command compare the working copy instead of staged copy.
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22:12 selckin compare what to what?
22:13 hackel Working copy to HEAD, just like a default git diff.
22:13 selckin doesn't it do that already
22:13 qqx Default git diff compares working copy to index, not HEAD
22:14 hackel Er, right, sorry I'm bumbling my terms here.
22:14 selckin and the reason you want to keep parts staged?
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22:15 hackel Basically the workflow I'd like is to see all the changd files in my working directory, then for each one, view a diff, and if I like it, add it (without having to explicitly type out the filename).
22:15 selckin git gui
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22:17 hackel Ahh yes, I always forget about that.  Not very navigable with the keyboard, but a good suggestion, thanks.
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22:18 selckin i don't want to type, can't use this without typing
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22:21 hackel My whole motivation for doing this is not wanting to reach for the mouse to copy/paste some 300-character filename when adding a file after viewing the diff.
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