Am Donnerstag, 14. Januar 2016, 16:40:02 schrieb Kolbjørn Stuestøl: > Den 14.01.2016 12:29, Alexandre Prokoudine skreiv: > > On Tue, Jan 12, 2016 at 12:55 AM, Kolbjørn Stuestøl wrote: > >> When committing my translation all looks well on my local copy. But my > >> translations do not shows up in the https://git.gnome.org/browse/gimp/ > >> site.> > > With basic configuration (author name and email) and a combination of... > > > > 1. git clone ssh://[username]@git.gnome.org/git/gimp > > 2. git commit -m "[description]" [file] > > 3. git push origin master > > > > ...you should be able to get work done. > > Thank you. > I'll give this a try later this night. > > > What exactly did you do to push? > > Oh, I forgot to add a copy of this command in my e-mail. Should be: > $ git commit -m "Updated Norwegian (nn) translations" > [master 7b2f8a5] Updated Norwegian (nn) translations > 5 files changed, 13801 insertions(+), 9813 deletions(-) > mode change 100644 => 100755 po-plug-ins/nn.po > mode change 100644 => 100755 po-python/nn.po > $ git push > > I have never added anything to the push command like "git push origin > master" as you write. > I do not remember the answer from the server. Sorry. > To me (unskilled git user) it looks like the push command did not > reached the server or was performed in an unusual way or something. But > this is a guess.
Try "git status", maybe it told you that you have to fetch changes from the server first? In that case just run "git pull"  and then "git push" again. > Kolbjørn Tobias  Now people will scold me and tell you that you should use "git fetch" and then rebase. Better wait for them to give you exact commands to run, I have no idea about those.
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