it was a dependency of the repo. Makes sense.
consider closed :)
On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 11:27 AM Wojciech S. Czarnecki <o...@fairbe.org>
> Dnia 2016-09-16, o godz. 07:48:32
> Joe Blue <joeble...@gmail.com> napisał(a):
> > thanks again.
> > your explanation about go get helped.
> > SO i looked at the offending repo. Its not my repo, just someones on
> > github.com/pkg/sftp
> Your *local* copy is in detached head state. I.e. you manually or some
> vendoring script checked out something else than master at head. To fix
> it you need to checkout master as said.
> > What i cant work out is WHY this repo outputs weird git messages, and
> > others dont.
> Others (your local copies) were not touched.
> > Its not blocking me working, but i am just wanting to know. I am OC
> > (Obsessive Compulsive) i guess :)
> Get a book on git, e.g. "Git Essentials" ISBN 978-1-78528-790-9 or some
> other out of 20+ written.
> > Maybe i shoudl just move on, but if you or others know why that repo does
> > what it does would be great to understand.
> You will - just read a decent book bedtime.
> > x-MacBook-Pro:pkg apple$ rm -rf sftp/
> This is NOT the offending repo, github.com/kr/fs is.
> > # cd /Users/apple/workspace/go/src/github.com/kr/fs
> Do 'git checkout master' here
> then 'git pull --ff-only'
> > Joe
> Wojciech S. Czarnecki
> ^oo^ OHIR-RIPE
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