[git-users] Git on a Mac OS after updating Xcode

2014-09-22 Thread Anthony V
After updating Xcode on my Mac Git has stopped working and reports: Agreeing to the Xcode/iOS license requires admin privileges, please re-run as root via sudo. I presume once I spin up X-Code and accept the tc's Git will start working again. My question is: Why are the two linked? How come

Re: [git-users] Git on a Mac OS after updating Xcode

2014-09-22 Thread Gergely Polonkai
I guess you were addressing the wrong list with this question. You should report it to the X-Code support/mailing list/whatever. Although I’m not a lawyer, my guess is that they are not connected in any way. Git is one product with its on licence, X-Code is another. On 22 September 2014 10:46,

Re: [git-users] Git on a Mac OS after updating Xcode

2014-09-22 Thread Anthony V
I hadn't looked at it that way. Yes, I guess I may be addressing the wrong list. I was just kind of hoping someone would be able to give me a quick it's because of x,y,z answer. Thanks. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups Git for human beings group.

Re: [git-users] Sort specific hash ids in reverse chronological order..

2014-09-22 Thread Dale R. Worley
From: Kumar bitraki...@gmail.com I've got C, F, Z , Y to revert. I need to have the recent id first, like Z, Y, F, C so that the revert is correct and smooth. It looks like you can use git log -1 hash to find the date of each hash. Then use those to sort the hashes in time-order. To

Re: [git-users] Sort specific hash ids in reverse chronological order..

2014-09-22 Thread Konstantin Khomoutov
On Thu, 18 Sep 2014 07:45:38 -0700 (PDT) Kumar bitraki...@gmail.com wrote: New to git, I've a branch from which I need to revert some 40 hashs. These 40 sha ids are not in the right order to revert. Example A - B - C - - Z. I've got C, F, Z , Y to revert. I need to have the recent

[git-users] Re: Modifying merge and squash commits in a subtree using hooks

2014-09-22 Thread Pierre-François CLEMENT
On Friday, 19 September 2014 07:16:50 UTC+2, vineet naik wrote: Hi, We use a commit-msg hook to add ChangeId (for gerrit) in each commit msg. Now I want to ensure that it's also added in merge and squash commits created as a result of `git subtree ... --squash`. So I tried using

[git-users] Re: GUI seems to be missing

2014-09-22 Thread Pierre-François CLEMENT
On Saturday, 20 September 2014 17:26:12 UTC+2, Joanna Gunst wrote: HI, Newbie here and probably with a dumb question but... I thought I had just installed Git on my home computer but all I am getting is the code window. I did configure the name and email as suggested but I still do not have

[git-users] Re: Bare repo Vs Working repo on hosting server

2014-09-22 Thread Pierre-François CLEMENT
On Saturday, 20 September 2014 11:02:26 UTC+2, Tom Hopcraft wrote: Hi, I have just moved host and my old git setup was to have a working repo on the server and then clone that working repo locally. I also run Wordpress and when I upload files through Wordpress this would add files to the

Re: [git-users] Git on a Mac OS after updating Xcode

2014-09-22 Thread Gergely Polonkai
offtopic As far as I know, Git is licensed under the GNU GPL v2.0. Stock git never tells you to accept its licence, though. This seems to be a legal issue for me, as it seems that they are relicensing Git under their own. Still, this is not in the reach of this list. /offtopic On 22 September