Re: [git-users] Re: Getting list of files that were changed

2013-07-31 Thread Daniel Fanjul
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[git-users] @{upstream} for remote.pushdefault

2013-08-05 Thread Daniel Fanjul
--symbolic-full-name --abbrev-ref HEAD@{upstream}` -- Daniel Fanjul Alcutén Tools Engineer @Spotify AB https://github.com/daniel-fanjul-alcuten -- 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

[git-users] git branch does not rev-parse its arguments

2014-07-16 Thread Daniel Fanjul
think git should expand the branchname for the cases #D and #E. It it makes sense, could you please open an issue? git version 2.0.1 in Ubuntu. -- Daniel Fanjul Alcutén https://github.com/daniel-fanjul-alcuten -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups Git

Re: [git-users] Identify added/changed lines since a specific commit

2014-09-09 Thread Daniel Fanjul
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Re: [git-users] Hook for controlling owner, group, and permissions?

2014-12-15 Thread Daniel Fanjul
This is a possible workaround: cat ./.git/hooks/post-checkout -EOF #!/bin/bash chmod files true EOF cat ./.git/hooks/post-rewrite -EOF #!/bin/bash cat /dev/null chmod files true EOF chmod u+x ./.git/hooks/post-{checkout,rewrite} -- Daniel Fanjul Alcutén https://github.com

[git-users] git checkout file with custom mtime

2019-01-05 Thread Daniel Fanjul
Hi all, I have some large files tracked in git and I have to track their mtime because of some legacy software. With another tool I save and restore their mtime. When I restore their mtime git status rereads the files to update the mtime in the index. I would like to improve that because there

Re: [git-users] git checkout file with custom mtime

2019-01-06 Thread Daniel Fanjul
e to see the > interaction with other flags, and the quiet/error options. > > > See what you think and have a try. Hope it helps. > > Philip > > On 05/01/2019 21:44, Daniel Fanjul wrote: > > I'm on Ubuntu. I do not use LFS. I track mods and saved games of > > Skyrim

Re: [git-users] git checkout file with custom mtime

2019-01-05 Thread Daniel Fanjul
I'm on Ubuntu. I do not use LFS. I track mods and saved games of Skyrim with git, TESV.exe sorts the saved games only by their mtime. I know it is not the most usual use case for git. I agree with that viewpoint and I like the way git works right now, I do not want to change that. Checking out

[git-users] loose objects still after repack and prune

2019-01-21 Thread Daniel Fanjul
Hi all, After 'git repack -d' and 'git prune --expire now' I find there are still 1172 loose objects. I expected none. What am I missing? Thanks, Daniel. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Git for human beings" group. To unsubscribe from this group

[git-users] get packs of a given object sha1

2019-01-21 Thread Daniel Fanjul
Hi all, Is there a way to know the pack or packs that contain a given object sha1? Thanks, Daniel. -- 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

Re: [git-users] git checkout file with custom mtime

2019-01-09 Thread Daniel Fanjul
The mtime of the files in my working copy change when I amend or rebase or checkout different branches or in general when I use git commands. I carefully store the mtime when these files are generated or overwritten and restore it when it is going to be read. The tool I use is