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02:49 Topic for #git is now Welcome to #git, the place for git help and a fresh start on a new branch | Public logs at http://jk.gs/glog | First visit? Read: http://jk.gs/git | Current stable version: 2.11.0 | Getting "cannot send to channel"? /msg gitinfo .voice | This channel may contain users known to the state of California to cause cancer.
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02:56 ZexaronS hello
02:56 ZexaronS So I managed to set it up basically, using this guide https://docs.docker.com/ope​nsource/project/set-up-git/
02:57 ZexaronS But now, do I really need a test branch at all ?
02:57 ZexaronS I did the 1st and 2 steps
02:57 ZexaronS so I added the remote
02:57 ZexaronS hehe oops I added the wrong upstream
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02:58 ZexaronS okay so that's what I wanted to ask, the remote upstream is the main source that updates my fork
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03:02 ZexaronS sleeping channel?
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03:39 Run You didn't really ask anything, and yes, I'm sleeping
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03:53 llamapixel ZexaronS:  Always have a test git project so you can try things out.  You can test different branch techniques inside this project without affecting working projects.
03:55 ZexaronS Well I barely got to the end of the setup, had to redo once because there is no working command to delete an upstream, which was the same that I cloned, even the correct git remote set-url --delete upstream "url" didn't work, returned an error
03:55 ZexaronS But it's late here almost 5 AM so i'm done for today
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04:16 webstrand I have a git repository for my vim config. Since my config depends on various bundles, I'd like to include them in my history
04:16 webstrand But I also want to make changes and commit to these submodules, and track those changes along with vim's config file
04:17 webstrand Is there any sane way of doing this?
04:18 webstrand I'm thinking including a bundle repository's history in the parent repository as a branch, and then having a submodule point at that branch
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07:10 newdimension I'm trying to ignore a specific file located in a sub-directory but it's still showing up as a new file after I do git status. I tried /path/foo.bar, *foo.bar, **foo.bar, /**/foo.bar. Any ideas ?
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07:19 kadoban foo.bar ignores a file anywhere in the tree that contains the .gitignore name that, regardless of location ... it's unclear why some of those don't work though, I suspect something else is going on.
07:19 kadoban To be clear, it's not tracked already, right?
07:20 newdimension @kadoban, it's not tracked
07:22 kadoban newdimension: You can try using 'git check-ignore' also, it's sometimes helpful in these cases.
07:22 newdimension @kadoban, your comment made me figure it out. The file name had brackets ([]). I so I was renaming it in the terminal and noticed that it added \ before the brackets. I added those in the filename and it worked. To be clean it was foo[bar].x the solution was foo/[bar/].x
07:22 newdimension *to be clear
07:23 moritz likely foo\[bar\].x
07:23 moritz and that's why you don't use foo.bar as a placeholder when asking such questions, but the actual file name
07:23 kadoban Ah, I see. Ya, that's a pretty gross file name.
07:24 newdimension moritz, got it and your correction is right
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08:35 unborn morning guys.. guys how to tell git to not track changes in one file for example .css but keep that file within repos for future? I do not want to remove that file
08:35 unborn just dont want to be tracked..
08:36 _ikke_ unborn: A little conundrum, have we
08:37 _ikke_ !config
08:37 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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08:44 unborn so should I use git update-index --assume-unchanged *.css or just .gitignore
08:44 unborn ?
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08:45 unborn _ikke_: of course I keep local copy.. but sometimes I would like to untrack binary file like jpg for my documentation eg: repo.wiki or perhaps .htaccess as this file sometimes does not need to be tracked
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08:50 kadoban unborn: I don't think you read that link too closely if that's the summary you came up with.
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08:55 unborn well I did..
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09:19 _ikke_ !assume
09:19 gitinfo [!assume_unchanged] git update-index --assume-unchanged is sometimes suggested for keeping yourself from committing changes to a file, but it's actually a promise to Git that the file is identical to the committed version, to reduce unnecessary disk reads. Not only will Git feel free to discard the flag, it will also happily overwrite your changes whenever a checkout/merge/rebase/... updates it.
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10:14 gabrielschulhof Hi! I would like to cherry-pick all changes to a certain subtree all the way back to the point where the subtree was created. However, one of the commits touching that subtree is a merge commit. So, how do I cherry-pick such a commit?
10:15 gabrielschulhof So, like this:
10:15 gabrielschulhof git log --oneline -- test/addons-abi | while read commitid rest; do git show $commitid -- path/to/subtree; done
10:15 gabrielschulhof ... except not merely show, but later I would apply that to a different working directory as well.
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10:59 osse gabrielschulhof: the thing about merge commit s that they have *
10:59 osse they have *two* diffs associated with them. the diffs between the commit and either of the parents
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12:24 Jupelius Is there any sensible way to sync two git repos I have in separate computers at home?
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12:26 Jupelius For now I've just scp'd the files from another to keep them in sync
12:28 bremner Jupelius: are you making commits on both machines? if so, you basically need to fetch, then merge or rebase
12:28 bremner if one or more is read only, then sure, scp or rsync
12:29 bremner or fetch and reset. there are some related options in !deploy
12:29 gitinfo Git is not a deployment tool, but you can build one around it (in simple environments) or use it as an object store(for complex ones). Here are some options/ideas to get you started: http://gitolite.com/deploy.html
12:30 ij I sync mine over syncthing(a "dropbox"), though heh — don't recommend it.
12:30 bremner anything that attempts to resolve conflicts at the file level is not recommended (e.g. dropbox)
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12:32 ij I'm not trying to resolve conflicts that way.
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12:33 bremner yes, it's the conflicts you're not trying to resolve that will get you
12:34 bremner or so I read. *shrug* it's your wedding.
12:34 bremner I mean funeral.
12:34 osse confirmation?
12:34 bremner bat mitzvah.
12:35 ij Tell me how could it go wrong, I'm listening.
12:36 osse !dropbox
12:36 gitinfo Use git-remote-dropbox instead of placing your repository directly in the "Dropbox folder", or you'll get sync errors(and eventually, a corrupted repo). https://github.com/anishathalye/git-remote-dropbox
12:36 osse i've had problems with git repos on network drives. i assume it's somewhat the same
12:37 ij Shrug, I've been doing just fine for like a year now.
12:37 osse if it works then it works
12:37 bremner until it doesn't, 30min before a deadline ;)
12:38 llamapixel Never change things Friday afternoon if you want to like your Monday
12:38 ij I do believe it might fail somehow, I just wanted some scenarios.
12:38 llamapixel Old git monk proverb
12:39 ij llamapixel, I almost didn't believe you until I saw you're talking about *git* monks
12:41 llamapixel Sorry I am in Japan, and I got some Shinto on me visiting the last temple.
12:42 ij It's just that I'm unsure whether regular monks had the monday..friday schedule we do in our times.
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12:44 Jupelius I think I'll keep using my scp method
12:44 Jupelius Simple enough for my simple needs
12:47 osse Jupelius: do you also scp the .git directory ?
12:47 Jupelius Nope
12:47 Jupelius Just the modified files as I've done no commits
12:47 Jupelius If I do any commits I can just push to the upstream and fetch
12:48 Jupelius Of course I could use a remote branch but... that needs more keystrokes
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16:00 xender Hello. Could someone remind me what was the most aggressive "I accidentally 250MiB binary into my repo" method for cleaning up git objects?
16:00 xender Including killing reflog entries if needed etc.
16:01 xender (I am aware that killing reflog is considered cutting your seabelts and I'm perfectly fine with that ;) )
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16:02 thiago forget the reflog, they're not a problem
16:02 thiago did you git add the file?
16:02 xender Yeah, did the git add
16:02 xender Although I've not commited
16:03 thiago then just don't commit it
16:03 xender So you're right, no need to care about reflog here
16:03 thiago no need to do anything
16:03 thiago just git rm the file now
16:03 xender But the blob object has been created already, I'd like to free the space
16:03 thiago it'll be freed eventually
16:03 osse in two weeks
16:04 osse though identifying a 250 MB blob shouldn't be too hard
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16:04 kl3 Is there any other way besides a custom post-receive hook to set file/directory groups? I'd like all newly pulled in stuff to be owned by foo:bar.
16:05 xender Hm, found it, won't anything break if I delete the blob object file after unstaging the file?
16:06 thiago xender: every time you change stuff directly in .git, you could break stuff. I recommend backing the repository up before doing that.
16:06 xender Okay, git gc --prune=all did the trick, thank you :)
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17:54 maymaymaster hi
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17:54 maymaymaster helllllllllllloooooooooooo
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20:27 SaraDR Hi, what's the command to remove a file, that I accidently added with a git add.
20:27 SaraDR is it just git reset HEAD <file>?
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20:28 thiago SaraDR: git status and read what it says
20:28 SaraDR That's what I did, but not sure unstage means to remove from the added files.
20:31 thiago it does
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20:33 SaraDR Super. Thanks.
20:34 matsaman so what'd you end up doing?
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21:17 thendrix I've got a good one -- anyone here know how to force replace a git lfs object (remote) with a matching hash?  Basically the 'server' is missing the file but has the SHA and needs to be uploaded again
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21:18 thendrix for files I can alter I can just commit+push them and fix the error, however there are many files that can't be altered
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21:21 thendrix I'm guessing I'll have to manually ' git lfs push --object-id origin $foo'
21:21 thendrix but it's hard to do when I just have missing filenames
21:22 thendrix maybe I can wrangle output from ls-files?
21:22 thendrix thanks!
21:22 thendrix :D
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21:48 kadoban I don't think any of the regulars here really know lfs very well.
21:49 kadoban Oh, that was a while back. Whatever.
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22:06 rba_ help, I've managed to create a branch "origin/origin/<branch-name>" and I've pushed it. How can I clean up my mess?
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22:19 moritz rba_: git branch -d origin/origin/<branch-name>;
22:19 moritz git push --delete origin origin/origin/<branch-name>;
22:20 leftriver03 Hello
22:20 gitinfo leftriver03: 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.
22:20 leftriver03 Hello, I have a question about the workflow on github if anyone can help. I have been working on a project via a fork and pushing changes to the original. I have now been given write access to the original. Should I remove my forked branch and develop directly to the original repo and avoid the pull requests, or should I create the pull request and merge the pull request in to the original? Thank you for your help.
22:21 moritz leftriver03: that's for the project to decide
22:22 moritz leftriver03: many projects want you to push directly to their development branch; others want pull requests even from core comitters
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22:23 kadoban leftriver03: It depends on if they're useful for review or documentation purpsose. It really depends on the project ... ask your peers.
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22:25 leftriver03 ok, I have tried to make changes to a local branch, and merge them into the "master" branch, but it is protected and need a check with travis-ci. How can I test/check a local branch before pushing to master?
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22:26 moritz leftriver03: don't just try; read the docs, or ask the existing maintainers!
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22:28 kadoban In some setups I've seen, that happens when you do a PR, but ... yeah I'd really ask.
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22:31 Somelauw Does Travis have a way to tell what unit test failed that hasn't failed before when coverage decreases?
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22:32 nedbat Somelauw: failing tests probably aren't the cause for coverage decreasing.
22:32 Somelauw Oh, it's about adding code, then it always decreases
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22:33 leftriver03 so on a personal repo, I would like to protect the "master" branch and make changes to the "develop" branch. How would I test the "develop" branch before merging into the "master" branch and pushing?
22:33 Somelauw unless writing new unit tests
22:33 ctcrnitv how do I remove write access to origin after I clone a repo?
22:33 matsaman leftriver03: eh?
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22:34 moritz leftriver03: you could do only fast-forward merges from develop to master, then you can be sure that if tests pass on develop, they also pass on master
22:34 moritz leftriver03: but generally, you just run the tests locally, and only push if they success
22:34 moritz leftriver03: and then you have a CI that tells you when the tests start failing; then you fix them
22:35 leftriver03 when I try to push to "master" (after merging in changes to develop) I get an error "Required status check "continuous-integration/travis-ci" is expected."
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22:36 moritz leftriver03: have you talked to the devs yet?
22:36 leftriver03 This is my personal repo
22:37 moritz leftriver03: then unprotect the branch, if you want to push to it?
22:37 moritz also, #github might be more appropriate for github-specific questions
22:38 leftriver03 ok, thank you all for your help, have a great day
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22:59 David___ i need to use git at android studio
22:59 David___ someone can help me pelase
23:00 Zarthus !ask
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23:04 APNG how do I use git URLs?
23:04 APNG more specifically how do I clone a git URL?
23:05 APNG I got the git daemon running and firewalled
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23:06 bremner APNG: man git clone
23:06 gitinfo APNG: the git-clone manpage is available at http://jk.gs/git-clone.html
23:06 APNG oh it's in the man page
23:06 APNG thanks anyway
23:06 APNG yes, that man page
23:07 APNG I was trying to google it .-.
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23:07 bremner if you don't know the clone command, you should probably start with some tutorial.
23:07 jim hi... I overcommitted about 2 commits ago, and I want to set the head back to that point, and commit stuff again
23:08 jim how can I do this?
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23:08 jim I'm also trying to avoid rewriting history
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23:08 bremner then your question is how to rewrite history without rewriting history?
23:08 converge when you guys are working everyday in a branch, do you commit/push it every day ?
23:08 jim not exactly
23:10 osse converge: commit when you have something worth committing
23:10 jim bremner, I want to revert, commit that to the end of existing history... then copy from another clone and start committing again
23:10 converge osse, nice
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23:13 jim bremner, I just dont' know how to revert then commit on top of what was already committed
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23:15 bremner git revert some commits? then git commit? still not understanding the question.
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23:16 jim ok, let me try this way: I have a pretty linear history, a->b->c->d->HEAD
23:16 APNG soniex2@soniex-pc server]$ git daemon --reuseaddr --base-path=`pwd` `pwd` --enable=upload-pack --enable=upload-archive --enable=receive-pack --export-all
23:16 APNG [7212] '/home/soniex2/server/renata': repository not exported.
23:17 APNG >--export-all
23:17 APNG or is it picky about where options come?
23:19 bremner APNG: I think it's pretty clear from the man page that the directory has to come last
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23:19 jim bremner, and it's all pushed, so at approx. b, I had a bunch of stuff, added/commited it all, but didn't realize I was commiting all of it, I meant to just do small pieces until my working dir was finally clean... so, I want to get what was current at b, then commit it to the end, where HEAD is now
23:20 jim then, I want to try again to commit it, so I'd copy it from another clone
23:21 jim bremner,, is that any clearer?
23:21 bremner sorry, not really. You want your working tree to match b?
23:22 APNG bremner, I didn't read the man page and even `ls`, which is supposed to be posix-compliant, accepts options after the main arguments >.>
23:22 jim yeah, and then commit that on top of head so I can safely start that over
23:23 Somelauw Can I do something like (add-hook (emacs-lisp common-lisp scheme) (lambda () ...))? The point being defining stuff for all lisp variants in one line?
23:23 bremner jim: so just revert c and d?
23:23 jim yeah
23:24 jim so then the tree would look like a<-b<-c<-d<-b
23:25 bremner git revert d && git revert c (or many other variations)
23:25 bremner "git revert c d" should work as well
23:25 APNG so uh how do I make a hook that `git pull`s the bare repo into a non-bare repo?
23:25 jim when I do the revert, does that affect the working dir?
23:25 bremner jim: it makes a commit, so yes
23:26 jim ok, I'll read up first and then do it
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23:51 vapre hi, i upgraded ubuntu and git client, i had a checked out repo, when i try 'git push' i get fatal: could not read Password for 'https://...': no such device or address
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23:52 vapre why doesn't git ask any longer for a password?
23:52 rba_ moritz: thank you. this gives me the starting point to solve my issue. I was able to delete the unnecessary local and remote branches and then it was possible to rename the branch and push it corrently again. I then was able to identify the stalled branch information locally using "git remote show origin" and cleaned up using "git remote prune origin". Cool!
23:52 vapre config show no credential helper being set
23:53 vapre url contains username but no :password  on purpose
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