On Wed, Mar 26, 2014 at 5:48 PM, Jean-Rene David <git-us...@levelnine.net>wrote:
> * Rodrigo Gularte Mérida [2014.03.26 12:25]:
> > [...]
> > gmol16:~ rjgularte$ cd giga/tgv/
> > gmol16:tgv rjgularte$ git merge ~/tgv/
> > merge: /Users/rjgularte/tgv/ - not something we can merge
> You can't directly merge directories that way. If
> you want your repositories to know about each
> other, you need to make that explicit.
> So let's say we call your local repo 'local-tgv'
> and your remote repo 'remote-tgv'. If you want to
> pull changes from remote-tgv into local-tgv, you
> need to first tell git:
> ~/tgv $ cd ~/tgv
> ~/tgv $ git remote add remote-tgv ~/giga/tgv
> Now that it has a name, you can fetch the content
> of remote-tgv:
> ~/tgv $ git fetch remote-tgv
> Now you should be able to see the branches in
> remote-tgv while in local-tgv by typing:
> ~/tgv $ git branch -a
> * master
> (I'm assuming the branch in local-tgv and
> remote-tgv are both named 'master'. It's the
> default branch name.)
> And finally you can merge.
> ~/tgv $ git merge remote-tgv/master
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