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00:21 iqubic So I have an issue. I want to take a git repo that is stored locally on my computer and push it to github.
00:21 iqubic How do I do that?
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00:22 preaction create a github repository, configure the remote, push
00:22 iqubic I mean, I know how to do this if my local repo has a single branch. I'm not sure how to push a multiple branched repo.
00:22 iqubic preaction: I'm not sure how to configure the repo.
00:22 iqubic sorry, remote.
00:23 preaction git remote add origin <url>
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00:24 iqubic preaction: what if my local repo has multiple branches? How can I have all of my branches hosted on github?
00:24 preaction push --all or push --mirror
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00:25 iqubic So I don't need to worry about the different urls that github uses for each branch?
00:26 preaction what different urls?
00:26 iqubic like <repo url>/tree/<branch>
00:26 preaction that's their web app. not the git repo
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00:27 preaction indeed, you cannot use those urls as git repos
00:27 iqubic Oh. So I'd just push to www.github.com/project.git ?
00:27 preaction no
00:28 preaction the remote URL that git gives you
00:29 iqubic So gitub gives me this URL: https://github.com/IQubic/Text-Excel.git
00:29 iqubic Do I push to that?
00:29 preaction you configure the remote as that...
00:29 preaction git remote add origin https://github.com/IQubic/Text-Excel.git; git push --mirror origin
00:29 iqubic What does --Mirror do?
00:30 preaction git help push
00:30 iqubic Now, what's the point of having multiple remote repos?
00:31 preaction maybe you should be reading a basic git introduction instead?
00:31 iqubic Yeah, perhaps that would be good.
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00:31 iqubic Do you have a link to a tutorail I can look at?
00:31 preaction there's a !book
00:31 gitinfo 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
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00:32 iqubic I'll look at that.
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01:24 Schwarzbaer Hi. I'm looking for a tool (probably, but not necessarily web-based) for code reviews, possibly like GitHub's pull requests and reviews. Ideally it'd be a server software for which I can just pull a docker image. Does anything come to mind?
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01:27 nedbat Schwarzbaer: gerrit is a review tool, but it's very opinionated
01:27 Schwarzbaer Opinionated? How a review should be done?
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01:31 kbs It's basically Google's review flow, jammed onto a (ugly web + git) service. Essentially it forces (via commit --amends) one commit per "change", essentially squashing the PR->comment->modify-PR->... cycle into one commit.
01:32 kbs (I happen to like the approach, the UI is dorky; and needs users to be relatively comfortable with git on the command line.)
01:33 nedbat Schwarzbaer: for example, one commit per pull request
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01:34 kbs I've not used gogs, but that's much more focused on the web-ui side, and seems to aspire to be a github-type clone.
01:35 Schwarzbaer nedbat, okay, that... is a strong opinion, and one I for one couldn't abide by.
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02:02 iqubic Is it better to use git and interact with github over ssh, or via http?
02:02 preaction it doesn't matter either way
02:03 iqubic I don't understand ssh, so I opted to go for the http route
02:03 preaction ok
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02:07 Schwarzbaer iqubic, AFAIK, as a user, the only differences are that the remote paths are slightly different, and that for authentication, you have to store your username and password for HTTPS, but for SSH, you can just put your public key into the GitHub interface. AFAIK.
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02:09 Schwarzbaer ...and SSH is a tool to have an encrypted data pipe to remote machines, most often used to get a shell on said machine (hence the name; Secure SHell). Think "telnet, but secure".
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02:49 Topic for #git is now Welcome to #git, the place for git help. Just git help, apparently. | We are aware of the SHA-1 collision. See: http://jk.gs/t/a4 | Public logs at http://jk.gs/glog | First visit? Read: http://jk.gs/git | Current stable version: 2.12.0 | Getting "cannot send to channel"? /msg gitinfo .voice | This is serious business. https://madeitwor.se/git-jokes
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03:53 stduolc hi all, I have some question about reset and log --graph, I just reset to a older commit and add some change to index, then commit it. I think when I use the log --graph, I will see a split tree from the older commit, but there is no split point, why?
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03:54 Eugene stduolc - log shows only the current branch by default; add --all
03:57 stduolc Eugene: yes, I reset to the current branch's older commit, add -A, commit new things, I think there is two seed leaf, one to the older commit line, one to the new commit one.
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06:56 Moondhum Hello, if I run 'git init' inside /home/user/project/ will git keep track of all changes inside that project dir?
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07:00 Seveas no
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07:00 Seveas it will keep track of all files you 'git add' inside that repository.
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07:01 Moondhum Seveas: oh ok, thank you.
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09:19 toothe I commited my last 7 or 8 changes to the wrong branch. Is there a way to make those changes all part of a different branch name?
09:19 toothe I committed to HEAD instead of a branch.
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09:23 tango_ toothe: mark down the sha1 of the current head, switch to the correct branch, git cherry-pick
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09:39 cbreak man git tag
09:39 gitinfo the git-tag manpage is available at http://jk.gs/git-tag.html
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10:22 Whiskey if i deleted my last commit, can i still see what it was whit some command?
10:24 moritz Whiskey: if you know the sha1, yes, with 'git show <thesha1>'
10:24 moritz Whiskey: if not, 'git reflog' or 'git log -g' can maybe help you find it
10:25 Whiskey yeh git log -g seems to do it, thanks
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11:39 gho Hi, I've been making changes in master for an OS project but really I should have done it in a branch.  I've made many commits and occasionally merged upstream, how can I move to a seperate branch and keep master just for upstream
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12:15 Tatou yo
12:15 Tatou So I checked into github using a bad email + name. How can I fix this nicely?
12:16 Tatou The repo is for my use only - but I want to maintain history
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12:46 nedbat Tatou: you can amend commits.
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13:18 _ikke_ Tatou: How many commits?
13:25 Tatou _ikke_: 2
13:25 Tatou _ikke_: I think I will just leave it though.. It's only a small repo for myself
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15:51 somethingstrange hi
15:51 gitinfo somethingstrange: 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.
15:51 somethingstrange how to download html version of git pro book ?
15:52 somethingstrange in git-scm/book only pdf, epub and mobi versions are available to download
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15:53 somethingstrange it shows the html version is available, but I can not able to download it ?
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15:54 _ikke_ somethingstrange: I don't think it's a download version, just an online version
15:54 somethingstrange but that is coming under "download ebook" section !!
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15:59 _ikke_ somethingstrange: https://github.com/git/git-scm.com/issues/929
16:00 Ovsyanka somethingstrange: i think there just a link to all versions of book. And html version is for read, not for download.
16:00 Ovsyanka But you can use `wget` or something to download it manually
16:01 somethingstrange _ikke_: that is really quick, how did you find that so quickly bdw ? google didn't help me...
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16:04 _ikke_ somethingstrange: Just browsed the issue list
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16:05 somethingstrange _ikke_: even though it was real quick, thanks for the link :)
16:05 _ikke_ yw
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16:28 melkor I have a branch, in a private repo that I want to start a new repo from w/out any history. Is there a good way to do this, or should I just use git init and add all of the code?
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16:31 _ikke_ melkor: The latter
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17:36 ronny again, anyone aware of a way to reliably keep multiple git repos in sync between 2 computers - including pasing over stuff like rebases
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17:58 Hello71 NFS
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18:07 lamerexterminato Hi, is there any known problems running git in a symlinked folder? We have a webdev using git on our server and every time they run "git status" in ~/www, which is a symlink to ~/public_html, the whole server crashes. Dead. Kaputt. If run in ~/public_html there are no problems.
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18:07 grawity the whole ...server?
18:07 grawity as in, including the kernel?
18:08 lamerexterminato Yea, crashes the whole thing.
18:08 grawity well that's really not something a userspace program would cause
18:08 grawity if the kernel crashes on something that just involves some symlink lookups, it's not git's problem.
18:10 lamerexterminato Ok, any way for a layman to dig deeper? This only happens with "git status" and any other git operation devs use doesnt trigger the crash. -__-;
18:11 rwp lamerexterminato, Sounds more like a ram hardware problem. However, here is an important question. Is the dev running as root? Or as non-root?
18:11 lamerexterminato non-root
18:11 lamerexterminato RAM has been tested and swapped also
18:11 rwp There is no way that a non-root user should be able to crash your system. That *must* be some other problem.
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18:13 rwp Have you browsed the system log looking for clues?  If this is Linux was the OOM Killer invoked?  Was there disk I/O errors?  There are many ways for a system to be having problems. And none of them will be related to #git. :-(
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18:14 rwp Running git status will produce disk activity. It is scanning looking for changes. I could guess that if the disk is having problems it might cause a crash.
18:15 _ikke_ But why git status specifically?
18:15 rwp Try running 'find . -ls' and see if it also crashes.
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18:16 rwp There are so many possible ways of failure that without data from the system it is all guesses just plucking one possibility and asking about it, repeating with another, and another, and hoping to get lucky and guessing what is actually happening.
18:16 lamerexterminato Its a pretty busy server and the whole folder structure is read for backup daily so it should at least sometimes crash other ways than running "git status". :/
18:16 pacha hi, sorry if this is not the place but is there such thing as a free private git server? we are just 3 people on this project
18:17 grawity lamerexterminato: my suggestions would be 1) upgrade (or downgrade) the kernel, 2) force a fsck for the entire filesystem
18:17 rwp The only thing I can think of is that git status will stat(2) a big burst of activity. Same as 'find . -ls' and 'ls -lR' other things to.
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18:18 rwp That will tickle the disk subsystem.  And it will consume some memory during that time. If the system runs out of memory then the OOM Killer will start killing proceses.
18:18 grawity and 3) get a console log of the crash
18:18 grawity be it a kernel panic or something else
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18:19 rwp I might go way out on a limb and try some long-shot guesses unlikely to be true. What if something has root access and has symlinked into /dev and is doing crazy things like replacing /dev/null with a file instead of the bit-bucket special discard node. Seen that more than once over my career! Things like that make guessing the exact cause from here without data to be so difficult.
18:20 lamerexterminato We do get something in /var/crash but I'm not savvy enough to understand what it tells exept there is always "git" there :D
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18:20 rwp What OS are you running? And is this a bare metal server or a VM in the cloud?
18:21 lamerexterminato CentOS 6.8 and bare metal
18:21 lamerexterminato 2.6.32-642.13.1.el6.x86_64
18:21 rwp pacha, Compare the differences between github.com and bitbucket.org for pricing plans.
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18:22 bremner doesn't bitbucket have free private repos?
18:22 bremner for up to 5 people or so?
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18:22 belak Yes
18:23 rwp Yep. bitbucket and github are opposites of each other. one is free for small teams and paid for public. The other is the reverse!
18:23 grawity huh?
18:23 bremner uh. no, bitbucket is also free for public repos
18:23 grawity bitbucket isn't paid for public, I think stash is
18:24 grawity or is stash the entirely private thing
18:24 grawity either way, bitbucket is free
18:24 rwp lamerexterminato, That is a reasonable system. No known problems from my end of things.
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18:24 variable heya all: I'm having some trouble setting up gitattributes for a certain repo; I'm trying to set "* eol=lf"
18:25 variable but I still seem to get newline differences
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18:25 belak grawity: yeah Bitbucket Server (formerly Stash) is self hosted
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18:26 no_gravity When I try to do "git pull ..my repo.." I get "error: The following untracked working tree files would be overwritten..."
18:27 no_gravity Isn't that the whole point of a pull? To make the local repo match the remote repo?=
18:27 bremner no.
18:27 bremner pull = fetch + merge
18:27 no_gravity What is the "make this repo match that repo" command?
18:27 _ikke_ There is none
18:27 _ikke_ Not just one command
18:28 rwp git tries really hard not to lose or destroy any of your working copy files.
18:28 grawity there kind of is for the current branch
18:28 bremner well, some of the tricks in !deploy
18:28 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
18:28 no_gravity So I would have to do "rm * && git pull myrepo"?
18:28 variable no_gravity you can try something like "fetch --all --prune" followed by "git checkout ."
18:28 variable and "clean -fdx"
18:28 grawity e.g. cleaning out untracked stuff with `git clean -fdx`, then resetting using `git fetch; git reset --hard origin/master` would be one way
18:28 rwp You can clean out your working copy first. Remove untracked files before the merge.
18:28 variable not saying this is a good idea; just pointing out its a possible
18:29 no_gravity Well, I just removed the local repo and pulled it completely now.
18:29 grawity but the whole point of a pull is kind of the opposite
18:29 grawity i.e. to merge commits
18:29 no_gravity Well, I just started a computer with an ages old version of the repo.
18:29 no_gravity And I wanted an up to date one.
18:29 no_gravity I would have thought that's an easy task for git.
18:29 no_gravity But I did it manually now.
18:30 grawity sure it is
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18:31 bremner why is this hammer so bad at driving screws??
18:31 grawity as long as you don't start with `git pull` because that's not the task `git pull` does
18:31 variable no_gravity this is a very easy operation for git; you just need to tell git what is that you want
18:31 no_gravity variable: So what would be the command?
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18:31 grawity see above
18:32 rwp Why did you end up with untracked files in your new git repository?
18:32 no_gravity rwp: Because I tried all kinds of stuff on that machine.
18:32 no_gravity Stuff I don't care for.
18:32 grawity so you have to explicitly inform Git of your not-caring for that stuff
18:32 grawity its default is to avoid losing it
18:33 rwp You said those were untracked in your local copy. But then in the upstream those were checked in. Which means merging them locally needed to destroy your local copy. Which git didn't want to do and required you to give more direct instructions.
18:33 grawity anyway, scroll back to clean+reset above
18:33 variable no_gravity what you likely want is "git clean -fdx; git reset --hard" which means "reset the working copy to exactly what the local HEAD should be" followed by "git fetch --all --prune" folllowed by "git checkout ."
18:33 variable you possibly also need to force HEAD to match origin/master
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18:34 no_gravity Thats a lot of commands.
18:34 grawity tbh, git-reset would actually overwrite those untracked files anyway
18:34 rwp You can also remove all and clone again.
18:34 variable grawity true, but it wouldn't remove anything else
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18:34 rwp But that is like taking a chainsaw to a fancy dinner.
18:35 rewt rwp, gotta carve that turkey somehow
18:35 no_gravity rwp: Well, that's what I did.
18:37 rwp I am glad that got you back on track. But of course other people will be working on the next chapter of their great novel. That new chapter they just wrote 50,000 words and had neglected to make incremental commits as they went along. It is an important amount of work for them. Those people don't want to remove all, or clean all, or hard reset. For those people any of those things would lose their very important
18:37 rwp hard work.
18:37 rwp Which is why we suggest things that are more timid. Safer in all cases. Less destructive.
18:38 no_gravity Well, I don't see git as my backup tool.
18:38 rwp Because we don't know what you are working on. It would be a tragic mistake to assume everyone is "just tinkering on some stuff".
18:38 no_gravity If a git mistake could wipe my work, that would mean a hard disk failure could do too.
18:39 rwp Of course.  And good that you feel this way.
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20:19 zumba_addict afternoon folks. Had a meeting with the whole team last Friday and we were talking about hotfix. I was suggesting this -> "I can add `git tag` code in every build job and if ever we want to do a hotfix, we can checkout that tag and rebuild our app". However, few folks brought up concern -> "how can we put those hotfixes back into our development branch cleanly if there have been many changes
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20:21 Murr merge / cherrypick
20:21 moritz zumba_addict: you can do a cherry-pick or merge, and manually resolve the conflicts
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20:22 zumba_addict and I think the complexity of our app is what makes it hard to do hotfixes. Our main app fetches modules which we also wrote. They are on different repos. Let's say we have 3 submodules/dependencies. The issue was not in the main app but in the submodule/dependencies. How can we do that now?
20:22 zumba_addict oh, what I was thinking then about conflict will really happen
20:23 zumba_addict so i guess it's normal
20:23 zumba_addict but was my suggestion to git tag every build a nice advice?
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20:38 Kaedenn I'm trying to diagnose a 401 on git clone, and with GIT_CURL_VERBOSE=1 I discovered it's truncating my username and password to just eight characters each.
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20:40 Kaedenn For example, entering my username and password as both '1234567890', I get the following line: Authorization: Basic MTIzNDU2Nzg6MTIzNDU2Nzg=
20:40 Kaedenn Which decodes to '12345678:12345678'
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20:41 Kaedenn Seeing how my actual username and password are longer than eight characters, this results in a 403.
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20:41 Kaedenn How can I fix this?
20:42 Kaedenn Other than changing the username or password I use; those are managed externally via LDAP with external requirements
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20:44 zumba_addict Do you think it's necessary to create "develop" branch in our dependencies?
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20:45 zumba_addict I was thinking it may be not since dependencies don't get deployed alone. They get pulled into the main app
20:47 zumba_addict so the branching model I want to suggest is, for the main app, we'll have MASTER and DEVELOP. Every dev will be creating a feature/bug branch which gets merged back into DEVELOP. If we think DEVELOP is stable, we'll merge it to MASTER then GIT TAG
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20:53 moritz zumba_addict: there's a slight problem with that...
20:53 llamapixel check out the git dmz concept zumba_addict
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20:53 moritz zumba_addict: how do you know that DEVELOP is stable? by testing
20:53 moritz zumba_addict: then you merge into master, and build a new package from source
20:54 moritz zumba_addict: and since that's most likely different from the one you created from DEVELOP, you invalidated all your testing work
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20:54 streetwitch_ I have my entire project stored on a cloud server in a single folder.  Can anyone give me a command to copy absolutely everything in this folder to github?  I need a way to turn off git ignore I think.
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20:55 moritz zumba_addict: so rather, once DEVELOP is stable, deploy the build artifact you created from the DEVELOP branch (and deemed stable)
20:55 moritz and yes, you can tag that if you want
20:55 moritz or just record the commit that you chose to promote
20:55 llamapixel https://gist.github.com/djspiewak/9f2f91085607a4859a66
20:56 moritz zumba_addict: I've written a book that discusses such issues: https://leanpub.com/deploy
20:57 moritz streetwitch_: is that a git repo already?
20:58 streetwitch_ moritz I'm trying to create a new git repo
20:59 moritz streetwitch_: then git init .; git add -f .; git commit
20:59 streetwitch_ but they have  been added to another repo before
20:59 streetwitch_ I already have some .git files in the directory
20:59 moritz the -f takes care of ignoring the .gitignore files
21:00 streetwitch_ ok i'll try
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21:06 zumba_addict will do. Thank you for pointing them out
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21:10 zumba_addict so develop branch will always be tested by our QA team. Once they think DEVELOP branch is stable, I'll create another branch called release-1.0 which will be again tested by QA and another team(upper management). If there are bugs in release-1.0, fix branch has to be created from release-1.0 and then merged back int release-1.0 again. There shouldn't be any new features that should be merged into release-1.0. When i
21:10 zumba_addict t's really stable, it will be merged into MASTER, git tag it. Deploy app to prod web server. Then finally master gets merged back into develop branch
21:11 moritz so, you're deploying an untested build artifact to prod right now
21:11 zumba_addict no
21:11 moritz by your description, yes
21:11 zumba_addict it will be using all features what ever has been commited to release-1.0 No new features will be added to this
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21:12 moritz no new feature, but still there's a merge and a rebuild
21:12 moritz if you don't test it, how do you know that you didn't introduce a bug through the merge or the rebuild?
21:12 zumba_addict I'm sorry, I'm a bit lost
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21:13 zumba_addict so let's say, DEVELOP has features a, b and c and is currently being tested by QA
21:13 zumba_addict if QA says, it looks good, I'll git checkout -b release-1.0 develop
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21:13 moritz zumba_addict: branches aren't tested; software that's built from a branch is tested
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21:14 zumba_addict so code in release-1.0 branch will be compiled/built by our tool(webpack) which generates the static web application and is pushed to our staging web server
21:15 moritz so, there's a rebuild in there
21:15 zumba_addict i'm sorry if I didn't mention it
21:15 moritz unless you have 100% reproducible builds, you aren't pushing to staging what you actually tested in the test environment
21:15 zumba_addict so if QA found new bugs in release-1.0, I will create another branch off of it
21:15 moritz are you builds 100% reproducible?
21:15 zumba_addict k
21:15 zumba_addict yes
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21:16 zumba_addict building in javascript is simple unlike java app
21:16 moritz so if you build twice, the results are identical if every bit?
21:16 zumba_addict yes
21:16 moritz ok, that's a good first step
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21:16 zumba_addict great
21:16 moritz so, the problem is always merges
21:16 zumba_addict yes
21:16 moritz if you merge that release branch into master
21:16 moritz the code can be different after that
21:16 zumba_addict and looks like your cherry pick suggestion will work for us
21:17 zumba_addict could be
21:17 moritz then don't do it
21:17 moritz deploy from the release branch, not from master
21:17 zumba_addict yeah, that's what I'm thinking now
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21:18 zumba_addict or here, can git push what ever we have in release to master like a 1 to 1 copy
21:18 moritz yes, if you're OK with force pushes
21:18 zumba_addict like a replica
21:18 zumba_addict got it. I think yes, we'll be ok with force pushes since I want to do hotfixes from master
21:18 zumba_addict that's -f right?
21:18 moritz yes
21:18 moritz git push --force origin release-1.0.1:master
21:19 zumba_addict awesoem
21:19 moritz something like that
21:19 zumba_addict awesome!
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21:19 zumba_addict everything is becoming more clearer now :)
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21:20 zumba_addict with force push, can we still revert it back?
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21:21 moritz if you have any reference to the old version, and know which one, yes
21:21 zumba_addict you mean like the commit sha?
21:21 zumba_addict i'll create a repo later and I'll play with it
21:22 llamapixel http://endoflineblog.com/gitflow-considered-harmful
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21:22 llamapixel Yes, test all these patterns before deploying them.
21:22 zumba_addict k
21:22 zumba_addict the thing i mentioned above, is that git flow related?
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21:25 llamapixel Also, have a look into fast lane zumba_addict https://fastlane.tools/  Make sure the flow works for your team size.
21:26 zumba_addict k
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21:39 zumba_addict I'm reading the 4th bullet "Releases are done similarly to in GitFlow ....". It says there "branching off at the point in master that you decide has all the necessary features" It also says there to merge release back into master. However, other devs' features have also been merged into master.
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21:40 zumba_addict When I see the word "release" I think of it as almost production but still not production ready
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21:41 zumba_addict I don't see any mention of deployment to production in the 4th bullet which makes it confusing
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21:41 zumba_addict I'm referring to the link llamapixel posted, http://endoflineblog.com/gitflow-considered-harmful
21:42 zumba_addict Does the 4th bullet assume the reader will deploy the code from release branch?
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21:45 zumba_addict I'm reading all the comments on that link and wow
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21:49 llamapixel You need a constant test driven environment when you develop zumba_addict , the same goes for the software tools. I have a testing ground for git that I can use at anytime. Consider this for your whole chain. Don’t just accept what is the current status quo.
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21:50 zumba_addict so moritz, after reading gitglow considered harmful, I'm now more confused. :( Not sure which one I should use now especially after reading the comments on that article
21:51 zumba_addict the only thing we're missing at work is the hotfix. We also have one eternal branch, master
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21:52 llamapixel Are you doing some form of Agile manifest at work zumba_addict ? Why not do a 1 hour tech spike and make a test case.
21:52 llamapixel Everyone contributes to some text files and inside the text files they add a line on what they added.
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21:52 zumba_addict the way I configured our continues build is Jenkins clones our project repo and executes the tools to build the web app. If it's successful, it will upload it to our S3 bucket. We test it ourselves and if we think DEV looks good, I have another Jenkins job that will copy DEV to STAGE in S3 which will be tested by our QA team
21:53 S0bait How do i clone to a special directory without chosing the target foldernae? git clone /do/it/here instead of git clone /do/it/here/repo
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21:54 zumba_addict The other problem that we have is we don't execute git tag in our master branch
21:54 llamapixel git clone will encapsulate the whole project to the directory you are pointing to. No need to make a temp folder unless your workflow requires more elements like meta data and meta media with the repo S0bait
21:54 zumba_addict and I think this is hurting us to create a hotfix
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21:55 llamapixel git repo in its own local folder or  [ master folder - contains  screenshots folder / git repo / promotional material ]
21:56 S0bait llamapixel: I want to clone a repository to /opt/PROJECT but I do notk know it's name so I cannoot do "git clone http://exmaple.git /opt/PROJECT/example"
21:56 S0bait llamapixel: Basically I have a list of 10 repo urls, and I want them all to be cloned to /opt/ITAD and I do not want to change the cwd for the script.
21:57 llamapixel I have run out of time to assist, don’t worry the channel is full of good heads mate.
22:02 S0bait I guess for now I will just do cd /opt/PROJECT; git clone
22:02 S0bait its totally retarded how git does not provide this functionality
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22:04 bekks S0bait: git is opensource, feel free to implement that functionality :)
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22:05 S0bait bekks: That's easier said than done I must admit :)
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22:28 S0bait Why does git ask me to put my ssh key password for every repository i clone from gitlab
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22:43 NoCode Hi, I've tried to do two clones. Both on the master, and a pull to download some sfz files in the main directory. Both clones do not download the sfz files. Is there a command I can do to download just the .sfz files? The directory is: https://github.com/sgossner/VSCO-2-CE/tree/SFZ
22:44 NoCode Trying both branches did not resolve the files I need.
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22:44 NoCode Would be nice to download *.sfz or something like that. But no idea how it would do that.
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22:59 Kaedenn So, when doing a git clone, I see that something truncates my username and password each to eight characters.
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23:42 cbreak Kaedenn: ?!
23:42 cbreak Kaedenn: you use passwords to clone?
23:42 cbreak http basic auth?
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