[git-users] remote branch not listed with git remote

2014-10-30 Thread Ben A
Hello, I am relatively new to git; and created a new bare shared repository using 'scp' from an existing repository I had been working on to set up a git server. There is a reference to one of the branches in depot I copied from: git branch -a branch1 branch2 * master

[git-users] How to recover from a Detached Head

2014-10-30 Thread Anthony Berglas
Hello All, I am trying to do something really simple. I want to commit local changes to a remote repository. But along the way other developers modified the remote. This appears to be very difficult to do in Git. When I finished my changes I did a commit -a. All good. But then the push

[git-users] Gui choose files to add and remove like in tortoise

2014-10-30 Thread Mint Deville
Hi, is there a function in the gui to show all files, and select files to add or ignore like it would work in tortoise? I need to be very selektive what files to add and ignore. For example I want some DLLs with device drivers I compiled this version with, but dont need the DLLs the compile

[git-users] branch status

2014-10-30 Thread Anshuman Tripathy
Hello All, I have below doubt: 1 How to know which braches are checked out and by whom ? -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups Git for human beings group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to

[git-users] remote depot with branch displayed; but no info from git remote

2014-10-30 Thread Ben A
Hi, I am new to git; and created a bare shared repository from one I had been working on. The shared depot has a reference to a remote branch I had copied from; but git remote gives no information. git branch -a branch1 branch2 * master remotes/origin/branch2 git remote -v Did something

[git-users] Re: How to recover from a Detached Head

2014-10-30 Thread Rick Umali
On Thursday, October 30, 2014 2:41:42 AM UTC-4, Anthony Berglas wrote: I am trying to do something really simple. I want to commit local changes to a remote repository. But along the way other developers modified the remote. This appears to be very difficult to do in Git. You can modify