[git-users] git contents model

2012-07-13 Thread Angelo Borsotti
I have the impression that the underlying model of a git repository is made of a .git archive plus a work directory in which (some version of, e.g. the latest) the files are present. I.e. at least one version of the files are stored twice. E.g. suppose I create a new project and initialize git

[git-users] Re: git status long time, gitignore

2012-07-13 Thread jack sparrow
On Wednesday, July 11, 2012 11:35:11 AM UTC+5:30, Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen wrote: ok still no luck, i've cloned the tree to my local hard disk running ubuntu in vmplayer on windows. i see the performance has become worse, now git status it is taking more than two minutes. this is a

Re: [git-users] cannot spawn ssh while trying to push changes to remote (e.g. github)

2012-07-13 Thread Patryk Małek
So to reproduce what I have done besides reinstalling a bunch of times: - I have uninstalled Git and all its GUI frontends from the system that I have installed (git extensions, github for windows etc ect) - I have deleted *GIT_SSH * environmental variable - uninstalled whole putty package -

Re: [git-users] git contents model

2012-07-13 Thread Angelo Borsotti
Hi, I guess that a tarball would be the distro of the project, i.e. what is deployed, while a released project should contain the .git repo, with all the history in it so as to let future developers have all the data to start a new development. In such a case what is not needed are the files

Re: [git-users] cannot spawn ssh while trying to push changes to remote (e.g. github)

2012-07-13 Thread Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen
On Friday, July 13, 2012 1:48:06 PM UTC+2, Patryk Małek wrote: So to reproduce what I have done besides reinstalling a bunch of times: - I have uninstalled Git and all its GUI frontends from the system that I have installed (git extensions, github for windows etc ect) - I have deleted

Re: [git-users] git contents model

2012-07-13 Thread PJ Weisberg
On Fri, Jul 13, 2012 at 5:38 AM, Angelo Borsotti angelo.borso...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, I guess that a tarball would be the distro of the project, i.e. what is deployed, while a released project should contain the .git repo, with all the history in it so as to let future developers have all

[git-users] احلي شات عربي

2012-07-13 Thread mahmoud makhareta
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