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00:03 nedbat rangergord: i think there's a feeling that cloning a repo, and then running git commands, shouldn't execute code that you got in the cloned repo.
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00:45 rangergord fair enough, that's true
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00:48 jnewt i want to ignore a file in my go projects, it is a binary file, with no extension, in the root directory, with the same name as the root directory (whatever that might be)  anyway to make a generic .gitignore entry to catch it?
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00:49 kadoban I don't think so without also covering other files. You could ignore anything that doesn't have a dot in it or isn't a directory maybe, but even that'd be a tiny bit tedious.
00:51 kadoban /*  !/*/  !/*.*    or something (with newlines between those of course), but I'm sure that'll end up hitting cases you don't want to eventually.
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00:51 jnewt kadoban, that's pretty much what I had arrived at as well.  oh well
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06:40 siwica Is there a git plumbing command to list all sha1 hashes of a particular object type (blob, tree, commit)?
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06:47 grawity not really
06:47 grawity if you want only the reachable ones, there's `git rev-list --something-or-other`, or `git cat-file --batch-check='%(objectname) %(objecttype)' --batch-all-objects`
06:48 grawity otherwise you might have to grep stuff out of `git fsck --verbose --connectivity-only`
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06:50 osse git rev-list --objects, but that also prints some other crap next to non-commits, so use | awk '{print $1}' or similar between rev-list and cat-file --batch
06:51 siwica Ok, that helps. Thank you!
06:52 osse git rev-list --objects HEAD | cut -f1 -d' ' | git cat-file --batch-check='%(objecttype) %(objectname)'
06:53 osse | grep commit  # for example
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06:54 arnsa hey
06:54 siwica osse: cool, thanks a lot!
06:55 osse hmm
06:55 grawity that's the same as --batch-all-objects, isn't it
06:55 osse awk '$1 == "commit" { print $2 }'
06:55 arnsa when I am trying to push my commits to a branch, it says "remote: Repository not found. fatal: repository 'https://github.com/USER/repo_name.git/' not found' even tho that link is working. How is that possible?
06:55 grawity is the repo private?
06:55 arnsa grawity, yea
06:56 osse grawity: no, it will only print objects that are contained by the commits
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06:57 arnsa anyone?
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07:00 osse arnsa: have you tried #github?
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07:00 arnsa osse, no. But as I see it can be related to the permissions
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07:01 osse maybe you need to supply some credentials
07:01 arnsa osse, it worked on friday, need to find out what happened
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07:33 Junior yello ;)
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07:59 oqui hello how come git pull deletes a local directory which is not on remote branch.
08:00 grawity it tends to delete stuff which *was deleted* on remote branch
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08:06 oqui grawity: where it gets confusing is that i've a folder which was there locally but wasn't there in remote branch. but after git pull, it remained in my local branch
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08:07 oqui grawity: so how come it deleted one and left the other?!
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08:19 UniFreak hi. should a third party sdk be managed by git sub-module? I'm not going to change its code base, but have to keep it updated
08:20 UniFreak it's not managed by composer, so that's not an option
08:20 grawity submodule might be useful, since that way you also can tie it to a specific commit
08:20 moritz sounds like one of the least bad use cases for submodules
08:21 jast less complaining, more patches :P
08:21 UniFreak grawity: not sure what `tie it to a specific commit` mean
08:22 UniFreak so, I'll use sub-module
08:22 UniFreak thanks guys
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08:22 grawity ... kinda like composer.lock does?
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08:47 siwica For the sake of understanding git, I am constructing a tree object from scratch. The tree object consists of two blobs and another tree object which I am constructing first. However after running `git write-tree` to create the first tree, the index remains "full" and I need to reset it to create the second tree (otherwise it would include all elements of the first tree also). How do I "reset" the index to do so?
08:48 grawity git read-tree --empty
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08:48 grawity you can also make a tree object from a text description using `git mktree`
08:48 siwica grawity: Oh, ok. Thank you!
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08:49 siwica And one more question: How can I remove an object knowing its sha1 hash?
08:49 grawity careful use of `rm`
08:49 siwica (without doing so manually)
08:49 grawity there's no manual option for that in Git – objects either stay or get garbage-collected sometime later
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08:50 siwica Ok, that's a pitty.
08:50 siwica Wouldn't it make sense to have a plumbing command for that?
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08:50 jast it's not actually that simple
08:50 grawity there aren't that many cases when it's useful
08:51 jast if an object is packed, removing it would mean rewriting the entire pack file
08:51 grawity and you'd probably have to unpack / repack everything
08:51 siwica sure, but the plumbing command could account for this with some command line switches
08:51 jast so, removing a ten-byte object might result in crunching a gigabyte of data :)
08:52 grawity anyway, there's already `git prune` to delete all unreachable loose objects, and `git gc` to run the garbage collection
08:52 jast ... and git simply doesn't allow deleting referenced objects
08:52 siwica true! So one could have something like `git remove-object --force-unpack` for that.
08:53 grawity one could have something like that, but again, it's needed much too rarely
08:53 jast right now you'd run repack with flags to make unreferenced objects loose
08:53 jast and then prune or remove manually
08:53 siwica I understand that it's rarly necessary in normal operation, but when construction everything from scratch for educational purposes I would be happy to have a simple way to remove a single object.
08:54 grawity well, when doing things manually, you also get to undo things manually
08:54 jast then use 'rm' :)
08:54 jast that should be enough for educational purposes
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08:54 grawity including using `git unpack-objects` or `git repack --foo`
08:54 siwica not too manually... ;-)
08:54 grawity for educational purposes of git's object stucture, y'know.
08:54 jast grawity: is --foo a new addition? ;)
08:56 siwica I wonder if it is too useful to do it all by hand, but I got some enlightenment from it:)
08:56 siwica And I am planning on enlightening my coworkers aswell
08:57 jast there are extremely few practical use cases for doing it yourself
08:57 jast most of them involve !ugfwiini
08:57 gitinfo [!UGFWIINI] You appear to be Using Git For What It Is Not Intended - https://www.google.com/search?q=UGFWIINI Are you sure git is the right tool for the job? See also !wrong
08:57 siwica Sure, but I thought it helps building a better mental model of git
08:57 grawity the mental model of git does include it never explicitly removing data
08:57 siwica which is always useful when unfamiliar situations occur
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08:59 jast yeah, doing it for learning can be very useful, definitely
08:59 jast I wrote a script to generate a commit history in the form of a Sierpinski triangle, that was fun
08:59 grawity wat
08:59 siwica I know. I never plan on doing that later on. But understanding the internals of a system on the lowest level of abstraction always proved to be useful for me.
08:59 siwica jast: I like that! :)
09:00 siwica could you upload a sample output somewhere?
09:00 jast script and example graph: http://gg.jk.gs/git/sierp/
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09:02 siwica OMG :D
09:03 siwica I thought you wanted to visualize an existing project
09:03 jast nah, that would be totally useless
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09:12 Seveas jast: http://philippe.bruhat.net/stuff/git-fractals/sierpinski.html
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09:13 Seveas damn, that's from 2009. I remember that monstrosity being written.
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09:30 jast Seveas: yeah, that page links to my page :)
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09:48 siwica How can I checkout all files from a particular branch assuming my working directory is empty?
09:49 siwica I know `git checkout master -- foo.txt` puts foo.txt in my working directory, but how can I retreive all?
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09:56 osse siwica: git checkout master -- .
09:56 osse assuming you're at the top level
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09:58 gribouille hi
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09:59 osse my name is
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09:59 jast what
09:59 gribouille how can I compare the contents of the index with the contents of a directory other than the working tree?
10:00 jast not easily
10:00 jast well I suppose it's a matter of taste
10:00 jast basically: git --git-dir=..../.git --work-tree=/path/to/other/dir diff --cached
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10:01 jast no wait, --cached is wrong
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10:01 jast actually just leave out --cached
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10:03 gribouille jast, ok thanks
10:03 anyonebutme Hi, I've branched off from master into a new "experimental" branch, i've done something wrong and some of the commits from master moved to the new branch, now I cannot commit to master anymore. how do i cherry-pick them back into the master?
10:06 tobiasvl anyonebutme: why can't you commit to master? that shouldn't happen if you've just done something to the "experimental" branch. to cherry pick, man git cherry-pick, but that doesn't really sound like the solution here
10:06 gitinfo anyonebutme: the git-cherry-pick manpage is available at http://jk.gs/git-cherry-pick.html
10:06 tobiasvl anyonebutme: if you !repro we can look at what actually happened
10:06 gitinfo anyonebutme: [!transcript] Please paste (using https://gist.github.com/ or similar) a transcript ( https://git.io/viMGr ) of your terminal session so we can see exactly what you see
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10:09 anyonebutme Ahem, by transcript you just mean my terminal output? because I've done this more then a week ago without noticing the issue, and I no longer have that terminal.
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10:14 tobiasvl ah
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10:16 anyonebutme what's !repro?
10:16 gitinfo [!transcript] Please paste (using https://gist.github.com/ or similar) a transcript ( https://git.io/viMGr ) of your terminal session so we can see exactly what you see
10:17 tobiasvl (just a trigger for the bot, short for reproduce)
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10:20 gribouille how can I tell git diff to take into account the files that are in the working tree, but not in the index?
10:20 anyonebutme Is there an easy-ish way to move selected commits into the master branch?
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10:20 Seveas anyonebutme: git cherry-pick is your friend
10:21 Seveas gribouille: add them to the index without content (git add -N)
10:22 anyonebutme Well, it's not possible because i have unmerged files... and merging is not possible for the same reason too. got to be honest, i don't know exactly what that means
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10:22 gribouille Seveas, I would prefer not modifying the index
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10:24 jast anyonebutme: unmerged files happen if you've started a merge/rebase/pull operation and it resulted in conflicts, and then you never aborted that operation
10:24 tobiasvl anyonebutme: "git status" should tell you this btw
10:25 anyonebutme tobiasvl: thanks
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10:47 mickkelodeon hi
10:47 mickkelodeon what’s the opposite of a `git stash save` command?
10:48 selckin pop
10:48 mickkelodeon oh, true, thanks @selckin
10:49 selckin mickkelodeon: we use name: on irc not @
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10:49 mickkelodeon so `save` doesn’t mean anything, is basically a normal `git stash`
10:49 selckin man git-stash
10:49 gitinfo the git-stash manpage is available at http://jk.gs/git-stash.html
10:49 mickkelodeon selckin: too much slack, sorry for the `at`
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10:50 dminuoso git stash is for folks who dont commit often enough.
10:50 dminuoso :<
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10:52 jast I find it useful for rebasing when I have changes in my tree that I don't want to commit
10:52 jast (rebase --autostash)
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10:55 selckin i mostly use it when investigating differend solutions, or run into a wall and want to try alternative aproach to the problem, and ofc when you quickly need to do something else
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10:57 dminuoso jast: That is the only thing I use it for as well.
10:57 dminuoso Though honestly I've been trying very hard in the past couple months to keep my WD clean
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11:13 anyonebutme How do i delete the last commit push to master now?
11:13 anyonebutme _revert_
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11:15 nedbat anyonebutme: http://ohshitgit.com/
11:17 anyonebutme nedbad: lol :)
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11:27 ShapeShifter499 hi
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11:28 ShapeShifter499 I know you can create pull requests on github. How can I do this on the command line?
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11:28 canton7 ShapeShifter499, there are various command-line tools - 'hub' is one
11:28 moritz ShapeShifter499: or https://github.com/ingydotnet/git-hub
11:29 ShapeShifter499 what I want to do is take the mainstream and pull changes into my copy
11:29 ShapeShifter499 they share similar base code, I want to incorperate any changes
11:29 canton7 ShapeShifter499, also this: https://help.github.com/articles/checking-out-pull-requests-locally/
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11:29 ShapeShifter499 *incorporate
11:31 ShapeShifter499 canton7: thanks, I'll read up on those
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11:40 Drzacek Hello
11:40 Drzacek I might have done something bad
11:42 tobiasvl oh no
11:42 Drzacek I wanted to clone a svn project, so I used "git svn clone [address_to_repo]. It clones for over 1h now, and it looks like it clones the whole damn project and all of the commits ever made.
11:42 Drzacek Whats the proper way to fetch only needed part (I believe it's called a "trunk")?
11:44 tobiasvl Drzacek: usually it's in the address to the repo, like http://foo/module/trunk
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11:44 jast even when you do that, it will still get all of the history of the files in trunk
11:45 Drzacek well ok, but 1h? BTW it just failed, and I have empty "trunk" dir
11:47 Drzacek so is the 'git svn clone svn://qwerqewrqewr/trunk' proper command here?
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11:48 selckin svn is really slow, my projects take all day
11:49 grawity 1 hour sounds abount right, yes
11:49 _ikke_ Drzacek: That should be alright
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11:49 _ikke_ and yes, svn projects take ages to clone
11:49 grawity since it fetches commits one by one; svn doesn't have a way to batch that
11:49 Drzacek great
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12:00 Drzacek just found out there is git repo for this project, it's going mighty fast now
12:02 freecoder hi, i have a query regarding git-repack. when i run "git repack -df" on my git repo, it says "Nothing new to pack". but i do not see any packfile generated in .git/objects/pack directory
12:02 grawity maybe there *is* nothing new to pack?
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12:03 grawity by default, repack won't bother packing objects already found in another packfile
12:03 freecoder nonetheless, how do i generate a packfile?
12:03 grawity out of what exactly?
12:04 grawity all objects in the repo? use -a
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12:05 freecoder actually the repo is cloned from another local repo using --shared
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12:05 freecoder then i added some files and did "git add *"
12:07 grawity did it generate any *loose* objects in .git/objects/?
12:07 freecoder no
12:08 grawity then there's really nothing for it to pack.
12:08 llamapixel What is the diff with git add . And git add * ?
12:08 grawity all objects that were involved, it borrowed from that shared base repo
12:08 _ikke_ llamapixel: * ignores files starting with a . by default
12:08 llamapixel Thx
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12:09 freecoder ok. so if there's nothing for it to pack, shouldn't i find a packfile somewhere?
12:10 osse _ikke_, llamapixel: there are subtle differences. the . is processed by git itself. * is expanded by the shell, so that can lead to warnings about trying to add ignored files etc.
12:10 grawity freecoder: you can find it in the shared base repo's .git/objects/
12:10 llamapixel Ahh
12:10 grawity freecoder: that's what a --shared clone means
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12:12 grawity well, there is `git repack -d -a` which "unshares" everything, generating a local packfile of all objects that the repo needs (and `git repack -d -a -l` to do the opposite and keep only the minimum required)
12:13 freecoder nice to know!
12:14 grawity though they don't edit .git/objects/info/alternates for you
12:14 freecoder by the way, how do i find out the hash of the packfile? i will need that to look up the packfile in source repo's .git/objects, wont i?
12:15 grawity packfile hashes aren't very useful (other than being unique IDs)
12:15 grawity and yeah, you'll have to look in .git/objects/ of both the clone and its shared base
12:15 grawity that info/alternates file actually lists all the additional directories
12:18 freecoder ok the info/alternates file contains a path to the .git/objects directory of source repo
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12:23 freecoder ok, i have another query. i added a tag in the cloned repo and then did a repack, but the new tag does not show up in the base repo
12:25 grawity that's normal
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12:26 grawity tags, like branches, are mainly refs – those aren't shared between repos except by push/fetch
12:26 grawity also, shared repos are unidirectional – objects are borrowed from the base repo by the clone, but not the other way around
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12:28 grumbel__ Not sure if git-lfs questions are welcome here.  I added a .gitattributes file to my repository and did a  git lfs init.  Now, for some users, all already existing files for which .gitattributes says they should be tracked by lfs show up as modified.  Is that intended? Does lfs start to track files that are already checked in and not modified?
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12:45 jast grumbel__: FWIW, no question is unwelcome here (subject to common courtesy), it might just take a little longer for slightly more exotic things until someone answers, or you may not get an answer at all. incidentally this is not an answer, sorry if I got your hopes up. :)
12:45 anyonebutme OK, so i thought i fixed everything up, but i just broke it more, now i have a bunch of >>>>> in the commit code
12:46 jast anyonebutme: again that's a result of conflicts. for future reference, if you do run into conflicts you need to look at and fix your files before continuing (or abort the whole operation)...
12:47 jast if your merge commit is the topmost commit and you haven't pushed yet, you can manually look through the affected files, fix them up, and amend the merge ('git add (files); git commit --amend')
12:47 anyonebutme I have pushed
12:47 anyonebutme now, in about 30 minutes when the other dev comes back, he'll be angry :P
12:48 jast is there anyone else who may have been using the repo since you've pushed?
12:48 jast if not, you can still destroy all the evidence ;)
12:48 anyonebutme not according to the log
12:49 anyonebutme I think i started cherry picking in the experimental, then rebased stuff half way through
12:49 jast "using the repo" includes simply fetching/pulling, not just adding stuff :)
12:50 jast if nobody has fetched your somewhat messed up commits you can make them disappear
12:50 anyonebutme How do i do that?
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12:50 jast you can do a force push which will allow you to update the branch in a way that alters history
12:51 anyonebutme You know what, it doesn't really matter if they know i screwed up, what matters is that i fix it.
12:51 jast to figure out the most convenient way to get everything done at once: do you care about any of the changes you have made since starting that cherry-pick/rebase spree?
12:51 anyonebutme no
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12:52 jast sure... the fix that leaves the cleanest result is the best fix, so this might be the best choice if nobody has fetched
12:52 jast okay, basically what you do is restore the branch to its old state
12:53 jast you can either dig through the commit log to find the commit ID for whatever was on the branch before, or you can review the reflog ('git log -g <branch>') for a history of *operations* you've performed (this shows rebase operations and such), and pick the ID before you started cherry-picking and whatever
12:53 jast then you do 'git reset --hard <id>' to go back to that state (and destroy all uncommitted changes, too... you have been warned), and finally 'git push --force <remote> <branch>'
12:54 jast you'll want to make sure you're on the right branch before doing any of this, it can be pretty destructive after all
12:54 moritz "think before you push"
12:55 moritz the sudo motto, kinda :-)
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12:57 jast the same motto applies to standing behind people standing at a cliff, as it happens
12:58 osse that explains a lot
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12:58 anyonebutme when i rebase some specific commits, do they copy to the or moved? basically, what happened is that i branched off a while back, i somehow moved some older commits into that new experimental branch, now i'm worried if i do the above i will lose the other dev's commits altogether
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13:00 osse anyonebutme: technically it's a copy, but you can regard it as a move
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13:02 osse anyonebutme: "do the above"? as in re-do what you've already done?
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13:05 anyonebutme osse: as in hard reset and force push, done now, seems ok, now i need to figure out how to rebase some commits without breaking stuff
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13:08 osse Oh I missed the previous messages
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13:21 anyonebutme OK, i think i fixed everything, and he pushed something like 2 minutes after, in the nick of time. thanks guys!!!
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13:26 jokke hi
13:26 jokke i did something very wrong apparently:
13:26 jokke fatal: multiple stage entries for merged file 'api/helpers/samples.rb'
13:26 jokke any ideas on how to fix this?
13:26 jokke i can't do any git commands it seems
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13:33 leah2 is there a hook or other way that can assemble a commit message template, e.g. insert the subdirectory based on the diff or something?
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13:35 osse leah2: there's a prepare-commit-msg hook
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13:35 leah2 ah, lovely
13:35 leah2 is that new?
13:35 osse it predates the pyramids
13:35 osse not sure how old, but it's definitely not new
13:35 leah2 ok, must have missed it all the time
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13:36 osse It's from 2008
13:36 leah2 then i'll just need the logic to figure out the prefix
13:36 leah2 oh, that's quite old indeed
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13:36 leah2 but after i followed development closely :)
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14:29 amosbird hello, how can I apply a patch like this https://ptpb.pw/yG3_
14:30 osse amosbird: git apply
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14:32 amosbird thanks
14:32 amosbird hmm, i'm surprised that magit cannot apply it
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14:33 jast actually that patch has extra info that might allow a 3-way apply if necessary: git apply -3
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14:43 amosbird https://github.com/magit/magit/issues/2940
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16:39 fns if i git checkout a hash that is on multiple branches, which one do i get?
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16:40 moritz you don't get a branch; you get that commit
16:40 moritz as always when you check out a hash
16:40 fns ok well what about the rest of the content
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16:41 moritz a commit is basically a snapshot of all the files and all the history
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16:41 moritz that's what you get when you check it out
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16:41 fns consider branch a - b - c - z and branch a - d - e - z
16:41 fns git checkout z
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16:42 ResidentBiscuit z isn't the same then
16:42 osse all the content will be the same
16:42 ResidentBiscuit Different ancestors
16:42 fns my testing disagrees
16:42 ResidentBiscuit Unless you're going the other way
16:42 ResidentBiscuit Either way, a or z are not the same commit
16:42 osse a (or z) could be a merge
16:43 ToxicFrog Yeah, which is most recent there fns?
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16:44 fns age is left to right, assume letters are whole hashes
16:44 nedbat fns: if z1 has c as a parent, and z2 has e as a parent, and c and e are different, then z1 and z2 are different.
16:44 ToxicFrog fns: "left to right" ascending or descending age? That doesn't actually answer the question!
16:45 ToxicFrog By convention (e.g. in the git man pages), the leftmost commit is the oldest
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16:45 fns it also doesnt actually matter, my question is the same either way
16:45 osse there cannot be two different commits with the same hash. if you checkout a particular hash you get its content. The End.
16:45 ToxicFrog ^
16:45 fns my testing disagrees
16:45 perlpilot fns: Are you trying to solve a specific problem or just learning?  If the former, some more details might help
16:46 osse fns: the nshow us your testing
16:46 ToxicFrog fns: then provide more detail.
16:46 ResidentBiscuit What is "your testing"?
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16:46 ResidentBiscuit It is possible to have the same content but different hashes
16:46 ToxicFrog A commit is identified by its hash; you can't have two different commits with the same hash.
16:46 osse "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence" :-)
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16:47 ToxicFrog (I mean, you can in principle find a hash collision, but since the object store is hash-indexed one of the colliding objects will "win" and you'll always get the same one back, AIUI)
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16:47 osse I like it when I don't know an abbreviation but am able to figure it out from context
16:48 fns i am definitely not talking about hash collisions
16:48 nedbat fns: if you could show us your testing, we could get to the bottom of this much more quickly.
16:48 fns working back through testing, will probably have to post a semi lengthy terminal session somewhere
16:48 fns working on it
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16:49 nedbat fns: a few git logs might be enough to show the state of the two branches.
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16:59 fns so z is a single commit but i merged it to the other branch
16:59 fns so in git log i see both the original hash and the one from the merge
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16:59 fns is the original one not actually a commit, and only in the log for reference?
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17:00 nedbat fns: can you pastebin the log you are looking at?
17:00 fns you bet
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17:01 fns http://pastebin.com/KvV6uT52
17:02 fns so i guess the confusion is 436dd3892cd7420dcd7eff487a95860fe3cb4d57
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17:30 osse fns: can you do  git log --oneline --graph --decorate --branches
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17:31 fns pastebin or here?
17:32 osse pastebin
17:32 fns http://pastebin.com/ar1YvCZx
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17:37 nedbat fns: so you have two commits, with two different hashes: b1 is 436d, b2 is e7cf
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17:38 fns i suppose it is the simple format of plain git log that was confusing me
17:38 osse btw git does use a pager by default. adding |more all the time isn't needed
17:38 fns the text of the log from the source of the merge appears there, but the commit itself is still distinct between branches
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17:38 fns i do that to cut out the color
17:39 osse ah
17:39 osse git log > file also works
17:39 osse anyway, what is distinct you mean?
17:39 fns the commits themselves, apparently are different per branch
17:40 osse yup
17:40 osse that's the point of branches :p
17:40 fns well sure, but plain git log output made it harder to tell
17:41 fns i read it as every time there is a ^commit line, that exact commit was in the branch
17:42 fns anyway, thanks for the explanation
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17:48 osse fns: I can understand that. The behaviour you expected can be acheived with --first-parent
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17:54 fns awesome, thanks again. till next time!
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18:24 mgver how to clone local repository in android studio? (sorry for bad english)
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18:24 mgver im going into check out project version control
18:24 mgver select git
18:25 mgver and return is: repository test has failed
18:26 ResidentBiscuit Use the command line
18:26 ResidentBiscuit Clone it
18:26 ResidentBiscuit Open the project in android studio
18:27 mgver the git repository url is in this format? ssh://user@192.168.1.1/users/xxx/git/projectrepository.git
18:27 Zarthus I think there's supposed to be a colon(:) between the IP and the path
18:27 mgver i have to clone it from bash terminal?
18:27 tang^ Zarthus: only if you drop the ssh:// part
18:28 Zarthus ah
18:28 mgver can u tell me the correct format please?
18:29 tang^ mgver: is 192.168.1.1 a remote server?
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18:30 staafl What's a good word for the set of branches e.g. origin/feature/a, johnny/feature/a, feature/a etc
18:30 mgver tang^: local
18:31 tang^ feature branches, staafl
18:31 staafl I'm trying to compare git to things like SVN and Mercurial and I'd like to draw the distinction between (1) different lines of development due to different tasks, and (2) related branches across repos
18:31 tang^ mgver: is this your local repo?
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18:31 staafl tang^, the point was they're all related to the same idea
18:31 mgver tang^: yes
18:31 tang^ staafl: and that idea is feature branches
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18:31 staafl Even though they're different branches from git's point of view
18:31 mgver i recent try https://user@192.168.1.1:users/user/git/repo.git
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18:32 tang^ mgver: if that repo is in your home dir, then you just have to open your project, not check it out
18:32 staafl Okay then, origin/foo, johny/foo, me/foo :-)
18:32 mgver same message: repository test has failed
18:32 mgver sorry
18:32 mgver not local
18:32 mgver is local lan mode
18:32 tang^ staafl: mind you, you're also referring to multiple remotes
18:32 mgver but not at same machine
18:32 mgver im just changed the ip
18:33 mgver the real ip is other
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18:33 staafl tang^, yes, but the point is in people's heads there is a "branch of development" related to foo
18:33 tang^ mgver: https requires that you have set up the web server to host your git repositories
18:33 staafl I'm wondering how to call that as opposed to the real git branches that implement the concept
18:33 tang^ staafl: yes... that's known as feature branching
18:34 tang^ ignoring that branching is a specific git term
18:34 tang^ mgver: did you set up the remote server? I'd ask whoever did what the path is supposed to be
18:34 staafl tang^, branching dates back to sccs
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18:35 tang^ so everybody will be using the same group description then. makes it easy
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18:35 staafl tang^, and every SCM I know has a different model for implementing the same thing; I'm trying to find a word for the *thing* as opposed to the shape of the implementation
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18:36 staafl "Conceptual branch" is the best that comes to mind
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18:37 tang^ staafl: fair enough... I'm familiar with svn, git, and hg and all I've ever read on the subject mentions feature branches as part of the development process
18:37 mgver tang^: the repo is in 192.168.1.254, on osx i just put the ssh://user@192.168.1.254/users/bruno/git/Sponte-Gestor-Android.git addre?s and work like a charm, but in windows android studio i cant clone by android studio using same address
18:37 staafl tang^, :-)
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18:38 tang^ mgver: do you have a public key for your windows machine on that server?
18:38 mgver please note, osx access doesnt have proxy but windows have
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18:39 mgver i try config proxy using git config --global http.proxy http://proxyuser:proxypwd@proxy.server.com:8080
18:39 mgver tang^: im not sure if i have public key
18:39 tang^ you're going to need one if you're using SSH
18:40 mgver fine
18:40 mgver thanks for that
18:42 mgver tang^: so everyone who use the repo need create a windows public key?
18:42 tang^ mgver: everyone who uses SSH to access the repo will need keys
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18:45 mgver tang^: there is another way to access repo without ssh? i need reconfig exists repo in windows to be accessed by https for example?
18:46 tang^ mgver: https requires a web server that knows about the repos and how to present them
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18:47 cbreak mgver: ssh is optimal :P
18:47 cbreak mgver: ssh public keys are free, you get them with the private key, which you can generate yourself
18:47 mgver dude, im totally lost about remote repo without github
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18:48 mgver cbreak: i need putty terminal to creates one?
18:49 cbreak no
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18:49 cbreak when installing git on windows, be sure to select openssh and not putty
18:49 cbreak (I think you can also change this in the settings somewhere but I don't know)
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18:49 cbreak then you can generate your key on the command line, like on os x
18:49 cbreak or you can reuse the key
18:50 mgver hummmm
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19:10 DavidFromBE hi
19:10 gitinfo DavidFromBE: 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.
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19:11 DavidFromBE using git version 2.11.0.windows.1, i could clone a private repo hosted at bitbucket. i suspect my credentials are cached/stored somewhere, how do i find out ?
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19:12 SrPx I installed GPG and made a GPG key using GitHub's instructions on OSX. When I try to commit something, though, I get a "You need a passphrase to unlock the secret key for" message, but then my passphrase is never asked and instead I get the error "gpg failed to sign the data" immediately. Why?
19:12 ikla whats a good way to prevent two local repos / devs overwriting each others files when pushing to a remote branch?
19:13 ojacobson SrPx: which GPG distribution did you install?
19:13 osse DavidFromBE: man gitcredentials
19:13 gitinfo DavidFromBE: the gitcredentials manpage is available at http://jk.gs/gitcredentials.html
19:13 ojacobson I've had (extremely) good experiences with gpgtools, and baaaaad experiences with homebrew's gpg packages
19:14 SrPx I have GPG 2.0.30 (both gpg and gpg2 point to that command)
19:14 ojacobson (The immediate problem is that gpg is failing to run its password agent, for whatever reason; you could dig into that if you wanted)
19:14 SrPx to that version*
19:14 ojacobson Ya, but where did you get it from?
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19:15 SrPx Solved my issue by adding `export GPG_TTY=$(tty)` to .bash_profile, as explained on http://stackoverflow.com/questions/39829230/git-does-not-ask-me-for-gpg-passphrase-and-fails-my-commit
19:15 SrPx ojacobson: I don't remember, I think brew
19:15 SrPx thanks
19:16 ojacobson I've had bad luck with `brew install gpg2`'s gpg packages
19:16 ojacobson Homebrew's great but for whatever reason that one package is always kind of badly configured
19:16 ojacobson I use gpgtools.org's distribution and just put up with the slow updates
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19:16 staafl What are the consequences of Git's "snapshot" approach to storing history compared to the "deltas" approach of others?
19:17 staafl From a user's point of view
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19:18 DavidFromBE osse: git config credential.helper --> manager what does that mean ?
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19:19 ikla anyone?
19:19 zezba9000 anyone see this: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/visualstudioalm/2017/02/03/announcing-gvfs-git-virtual-file-system/
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19:20 zezba9000 QUOTE: "And this highlights what I consider to be a major flaw in git, the inability to work with just part of a repository..."
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19:24 tang^ I saw... that is neat. and holy repo size
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19:26 zezba9000 I do agree with the comment of that person though. Git while powerfull is lacking in some critical areas like that
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19:28 osse DavidFromBE: it means 'git credential-manager' will be executed to obtain credentials
19:29 DavidFromBE osse: k tks, must rtfm there's too much idk
19:33 mgver cbreak: i dont find option to use ssh on git installer :/
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19:39 gumnos Is there a way to get gitk to limit the results to changes within a certain range of lines (like 'git log -L${start},${end}')?
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19:42 gumnos This is under git on Windows, where attempts give me "Error reading commits: fatal: unrecognized argument: -L280,300:spu.py"
19:42 Eugene gumnos - IIRC gitk takes all the same arguments as `git log`.... so try just doing that?
19:43 Eugene Eg, `gitk start..end`
19:43 Eugene -L is not one that I'm familiar with
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19:44 _ikke_ looks like a git blame argument
19:44 gumnos The -L should (according to my local git man pages on Linux) limit the logs to changes within a range of lines.
19:44 _ikke_ oh, log lso takes -L
19:44 _ikke_ also*
19:44 Eugene TIL
19:44 gumnos so it works on my Linux box, but remoted into my Win box at work, it doesn't like -L  (anybody know when -L was added to git-log/gitk?)
19:45 Eugene What's `git --version`
19:45 Eugene Proooobably pretty recently
19:45 gumnos it might be that they have an antiquated version of git on Windows (yep, 1.8.3.msysgit.0)
19:45 Eugene Yup!
19:45 Eugene !official
19:45 gitinfo Some official resources for git. Homepage: http://git-scm.com/ | Source repo: https://www.kernel.org/pub/scm/git/git.git/ (Mirrrored: https://github.com/git/git/) | IRC channel: You're in it. | Mailing list: http://vger.kernel.org/vger-lists.html#git (git@vger.kernel.org, subscription optional)
19:45 Eugene Go download a new copy ^
19:46 gumnos alrighty, cool. At least I know *why* it's failing now...because it's antediluvian. And how to remedy.  Thanks!
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19:54 freezer hi
19:55 phroa ~hi
19:55 phroa !hi even
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19:55 gitinfo [!welcome] Welcome to #git, a place full of helpful gits. If you have a question,  feel free to just go ahead and ask—somebody should answer shortly.  For more info on this channel, see http://jk.gs/git/  Take backups (type !backup to learn how) before taking advice.
19:56 freezer if I have a local repository, there should be no need for 'git push', only git commit!?
19:56 freezer like just my own private repository, not shared
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19:56 _ikke_ right
19:56 freezer ok cool
19:56 _ikke_ git push is only necessary to send your history to another repository
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19:57 freezer and whats a good graphical tool to browse my local repos?
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19:59 phroa freezer: 'gitk' ships with git (and its sister 'git gui'), but there's dozens of others such as sourcetree, gitup, gitkraken (slightly controversial that one), !gui maybe?
19:59 gitinfo freezer: Graphical user interfaces are not supported here. If you want to get support, it needs to be through the git CLI. Reasons: 1) Because very few people here use the graphical interface. 2) Because giving instructions for GUI's is difficult. 3) The command line gives you a history of what commands you have executed.
19:59 phroa Aw.
20:00 phroa anyway, out of everything I've used I like sourcetree the best.
20:00 freezer :D
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20:02 phroa oh what did they dumb it down since last time? :<
20:02 freezer sourcetree is not for Linux though
20:04 _ikke_ I hear good things of gitkraken, though I never used it
20:04 mloy I like magit the best
20:04 freezer gitk seems to be ok when its not too complex
20:04 Seveas git-davyjones
20:05 _ikke_ Seveas: lol
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20:05 Seveas git CAPTAIN-jack-sparrow
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20:08 freezer GitKraken wants me to create an account
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20:08 freezer looks very nice for sure
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20:09 heap_ hi, im trying to use git clone with http:/// but my username contains @ character... how can i pass it to the git clone command? thanks
20:09 Eugene I like SmartGit
20:09 Eugene I even paid for it
20:09 freezer heap_, add \ before?
20:09 heap_ doesnt work..
20:09 heap_ its https://username@host right?
20:09 sochi I've been working with git using the terminal, some people have been recommending me certain applications. Should I just keep working with the terminal?
20:10 qqx heap_: Perhaps use %40 in place of the @ in the username?
20:10 heap_ ok looks like it works
20:10 heap_ with \@ and
20:11 heap_ but i cant see any progress/status bar
20:11 heap_ so i added --progress option
20:12 heap_ but its says only cloning into 'aaaa' ...
20:13 heap_ du -hs aaaa says all the time 43k ... do i have to waiy?
20:13 heap_ wait?
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20:15 heap_ hm
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20:16 heap_ hm doesnt work
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20:16 heap_ it tied to connect to the string after @
20:17 heap_ after @in login name..
20:17 heap_ qqx: %40 works!
20:17 heap_ thanks
20:25 glspi after making local changes to my repo, then pushing them into github and merging online...how do i make the new state(online) match my local state? currently i have to manually force a delete(git branch -D), but that worries me...isn't there a better way?
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20:28 perlpilot glspi: It's generally better to merge locally and push the merge to github.
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20:28 mgver dudes, im trying clone repo in android studio but receive message: repository test has failed
20:28 glspi ah...ok thanks
20:29 mgver the address of repo is ssh://bruno@192.168.1.254/users/git/repo.git
20:29 glspi is it better to create the branch online vs locally first? (generally..only personal use)
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20:30 mgver via git bash i clone that fine but when try clone via android studio receive this message
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20:30 mgver anibody know why?
20:30 mgver anybody*
20:30 s17 did you tell android studio about your ssh key
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20:31 mgver how?
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20:36 mgver s17: how?
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20:47 freezer git status is really helpful :)
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20:52 dh128__ how can i "fork" an older commit, and put it in a separate repo?
20:52 dh128__ see https://redd.it/5sdx87
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21:06 cbreak dh128__: clone
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21:06 cbreak dh128__: push
21:06 cbreak done
21:07 cbreak a fork is just a clone
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21:08 dh128__ cbreak, no, i need to clone a specific commit
21:08 dh128__ the master branch doesn't work for my purposes
21:08 cbreak dh128__: nah
21:08 cbreak you have the whole repository
21:08 cbreak you can reset master to which ever commit you want
21:08 dh128__ huh
21:08 dh128__ right
21:09 dh128__ but is it possible to put this specific commit
21:09 dh128__ into another repository
21:09 cbreak sure. Push
21:09 dh128__ that's what i tried >_>
21:09 cbreak if you don't want to reset, you can push directly too
21:09 tang^ you're probably looking for man git filter-branch
21:09 gitinfo the git-filter-branch manpage is available at http://jk.gs/git-filter-branch.html
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21:09 cbreak git push remotenamehere commithere:master
21:09 dh128__ i did git clone <repo>
21:09 dh128__ git checkout <commit>
21:09 cbreak no need to check it out
21:10 cbreak you could use git reset --hard though
21:10 cbreak that'll nuke everything else away
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21:14 dh128__ cbreak, that didn't work either
21:15 nedbat dh128__: you probably want to create a new branch starting from that commit.
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21:15 dh128__ nedbat, i've tried...
21:15 cbreak dh128__: it'll work
21:16 nedbat dh128__: you'll need to show more about what you've done, and why you think it hasn't worked.
21:16 cbreak 100% :)
21:16 tobiasvl dh128__: what have you tried and it what ways did it not do what you wanted
21:16 tobiasvl dh128__: also what exactly do you want to achieve
21:16 tobiasvl be precise here
21:16 dh128__ okay
21:16 dh128__ i want take commit 0b00f1f of a base repository
21:16 dh128__ and copy that into a new repository
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21:16 nedbat dh128__: why do you want to do that?
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21:17 dh128__ nedbat, i'm trying to script an installation of a game client
21:17 dh128__ Dolphin/Faster Melee
21:17 nedbat dh128__: are you going to make further changes from that commit?
21:17 dh128__ in this game client, you can play online w/ other people -- however, you have to be on the same commit as Windows users
21:17 dh128__ nedbat, yes
21:18 tobiasvl uuh
21:18 cbreak dh128__: why do you think it hasn't worked?
21:18 nedbat dh128__: are you going to want to share future changes with the original repo, or get their future changes?
21:18 dh128__ cbreak, i'm checking the github repo (that i pushed to)
21:18 tobiasvl do you have separate repos for windows ans linux then?
21:18 dh128__ cbreak, it's showing the updated master version
21:18 tobiasvl how are you checking the commits? since the hash will change
21:18 tobiasvl you should use tags
21:18 dh128__ nedbat, i DON'T want future changes
21:18 cbreak dh128__: then you didn't push
21:18 dh128__ hence the clone into separate repo
21:19 cbreak dh128__: or you already had the new commits and didn't force push
21:19 dh128__ ..you lost me at the second one
21:19 cbreak git push --delete master
21:19 cbreak git push --delete remotename master of course
21:19 dh128__ i had an empty repository and git reset --hard 0b00f1f, then ran `git push --set-upstream side2 master`
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21:19 cbreak sure, that'll do
21:19 dh128__ but it's not working :<
21:20 cbreak side2 will be at where master was reset to, unless you pushed before
21:20 cbreak if you did, just delete the master as I said above
21:20 dh128__ i didn't...it was an empty repository before
21:20 dh128__ and yet it still pushed the master branch of the main repo
21:20 dh128__ despite me checking my local files -- my local files have been reset successfully
21:20 cbreak dh128__: did you check out master?
21:21 dh128__ master in which repo?
21:21 cbreak and afterwards reset?
21:21 cbreak in which ever you want
21:21 dh128__ no i did not
21:21 cbreak you have to be on master before the reset if you want to push master
21:21 cbreak and above you pushed master
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21:21 cbreak if you checked out the commit, you're not on master anymore
21:21 cbreak anyway, laters :)
21:22 Xunie Think of 'checkout' as setting a particular version on all files in a repo.
21:22 _ikke_ our db just had a load of 30 (out of 8 cores) :-/
21:22 dh128__ but i want to push my commit...so what would i type?
21:22 _ikke_ (wrong channel)
21:22 dh128__ git push --set-upstream side2 <branchname>?
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21:30 dh128__ anyone?
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21:35 Aleric dh128__: git help push
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21:40 gopar hey all \o/, I stashed some of my work but I accidentally dropped the stash and all my work was gone. Been googling but the answers I’ve found haven’t been much help :(
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21:44 s17 did you man git-stash
21:44 gitinfo the git-stash manpage is available at http://jk.gs/git-stash.html
21:46 s17 Recovering stashes that were cleared/dropped erroneously ^^
21:46 tang^ you might find it in man git reflog
21:46 gitinfo the git-reflog manpage is available at http://jk.gs/git-reflog.html
21:46 grawity you won't because stash itself is a reflog
21:47 tang^ yuck
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21:48 gopar s17: sweet. Thanks \o/
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21:51 ikla whats a good way to prevent two local repos / devs overwriting each others files when pushing/merging to a remote branch?
21:51 ikla or best practice
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21:51 liberpater How do I find out what branch a specific branch was branched off from?
21:53 _ikke_ git does not keep this data itself
21:54 kadoban ikla: Don't use push -f. Or do you mean something else?
21:55 nedbat ikla: the best thing is to not share a branch. other than that, you have to have them talking together.
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22:44 ISmithers Hi all
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23:12 panda81 hi. I'm at the root of my project. I can't cd into the .git direcotry? It doesn't exist
23:12 osse panda81: Either you aren't at the root, or you're not actually not in a git repository at all
23:13 osse panda81: git rev-parse --show-toplevel
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23:15 panda81 thanks looks like the root is one level above
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23:28 disappointment osse: Well, there are bare repos as well.
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