From: "Kevin Wilson" <wkev...@gmail.com>
Hello, git users,
I have a bash script which runs python application which resides in a git
You clone that repo and the bash script has one line which runs the
main python script. It works ok.
Now, I want to be able to find out, when running that script, whether
the current tree was updated in the repo
or not, and give the user the option to device whether he want not to
run the script anyway, or to stop.
Is there a git command which will do it ? of course I don't want to
use git pull or git fetch, as I want to let the
user decide whether he wants to run the script anyhow.
(and the other answers..)
git fetch --dry-run
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