[git-users] Re: Using GIT with multiple similar websites

2012-11-13 Thread John McKown
I'm not a webmaster of any sort. My personal opinion, as a git newbie, is that I would likely have a separate git branch for each distributor in the same repository.The main reason, for me, for this instead of separate repositories is because so much is shared. With separate repositories,

[git-users] git make in the project directory

2012-11-14 Thread John McKown
This just occurred to me. I am running on Linux. I use make to do my compiles. Which I do in the working directory. I don't want the results of the compiles to be tracked in git. What I have done in the past is to have a clean directory when I did the git commit, often with a make clean

Re: [git-users] converting from tar version backups to git

2012-11-14 Thread John McKown
something subtle when I was converting my methodology. On Wednesday, November 14, 2012 9:37:05 AM UTC-6, Konstantin Khomoutov wrote: On Wed, 14 Nov 2012 06:57:33 -0800 (PST) John McKown john.arch...@gmail.com javascript: wrote: I've just recently started learning about git and other version

Re: [git-users] Remote Repositrories

2012-11-15 Thread John McKown
I have done something similar. What I then did in my working directory was: git remote add remote ssh://user@host//path I can thereafter do a: git push remote to push out all changes to the remote. You could even do two git push commands. The first into the local repository. The second into

[git-users] Re: replicated git hosting

2012-11-19 Thread John McKown
I agree with Thomas that this is not so much about git, per se, as it is having your host be highly available. How you do this depends on what your host software is, such as Windows, Linux, *BSD, AIX, HPUX, Solaris, or something else. In a nutshell, you basically need dynamic DNS so that

[git-users] Re: Git clone shows Initialized empty Git repository in what/ever/.git/

2012-11-19 Thread John McKown
You might want to give an example of the git clone command you do on the system that works, and then also the git clone command you do on the system which doesn't work. I do something similar. On the local machine I do: git clone /SmartStor1/Volume1/PUBLIC/git/project.git on the remote

[git-users] Re: create initial remote git repository fast

2012-11-21 Thread John McKown
I was thinking that the OP was saying that the three operations together were taking a long time. I guess it would be helpful to know which of the commands is taking so long, the add, commit, or the push. If it is the add, I don't know a way to speed it up. That is all done locally. The same

[git-users] deletion of git object?

2012-11-26 Thread John McKown
OK, this is more a question to help me understand git internals than an actual problem that I am having. But suppose I create a new branch. git checkout -b newbranch. I am now in the newbranch branch. So I create a new file in my working directory such as: date ldate. I now have ldate in my

[git-users] Nice book review about git

2012-11-26 Thread John McKown
This is on Version Control With Git, 2nd Edition. I read the review and decided to get the Kindle version of the book for just under US $16.00 . But the Kindle is at home, so I can't look at it right now. I've just about finished up Pro Git and liked it. I am a bit off in the head, in that I

Re: [git-users] Pushing files into a subtree

2012-11-29 Thread John McKown
Can't get the web-site to bottom post. Sorry. Thanks Konstantin, that 4th web page was very helpful to me. I thought I'd see how well it works. I have a subdirectory which contains multiple subdirectories. Each subdirectory within the parent is an independent git repository. I thought I'd try

[git-users] Re: Nice book review about git

2012-11-29 Thread John McKown
as a reference (for those functions I use less often - there are so very many of them). Thanks for sharing this!! Thom == If DEBUGGING is the process of removing errors Then PROGRAMMING must be the process of inserting them! On Monday, November 26, 2012 3:47:45 PM UTC-5, John McKown wrote

Re: [git-users] Getting started with git on cygwin - can't get anywhere. What am I missing?

2012-12-02 Thread John McKown
Ur fine. You need to do something first. What I do is: echo xx git add x git commit -m 'init dir' git rm x git commit -m 'remove file x' You can then look at the log. On Dec 1, 2012 4:49 PM, munene kiruja ene...@gmail.com wrote: Git already came in with the cygwin install. So I thought I could

Re: [git-users] Getting started with git on cygwin - can't get anywhere. What am I missing?

2012-12-02 Thread John McKown
Sorry. I need to stop posting from my tablet. I didn't see ur entire message. I don't know what ur real error, shown later, is. The message seems familiar trom other posts here about Cygwin and git. U might review some via the web interface. On Sunday, December 2, 2012 9:14:15 AM UTC-6, John

[git-users] Re: abuse of git / commit ?

2012-12-04 Thread John McKown
--squash and it is just what I was looking for in my original scenario. On Monday, December 3, 2012 6:54:15 PM UTC-6, John McKown wrote: I've been reading Version Control using git (already finish Pro Git). One thing the author said was that git really encourages developers to commit

[git-users] Re: multiple eclipse projects using single repository

2012-12-06 Thread John McKown
I hesitate to mention this, but have you looked at submodules? It is, kind of, similar to what you seem to want. Each eclipse project is in its own subdirectory of the same parent. The parent is a superproject. From my reading, this is cutting edge in git. I.e. it is new and still changing. I

[git-users] creating bare, shared repository on NFS mounted NAS storage, from existing git working directory

2012-12-07 Thread John McKown
The way that I normally work is that I have a source directory for a project. I do a git init on it. I do the usually stuff and eventually end up with something that I want to share. I share via an NFS mount NAS device at home. So, what I do is a cd into the git subdirectory on the NAS, then

[git-users] Re: creating bare, shared repository on NFS mounted NAS storage, from existing git working directory

2012-12-07 Thread John McKown
Idiot me. This is the same as the use of scp -r mentioned in the books, isn't it? Just local instead of via ssh. Why do these things occurred to me _after_ I post? On Friday, December 7, 2012 10:25:41 AM UTC-6, John McKown wrote: The way that I normally work is that I have a source directory

[git-users] curiosity: why are files in .git/objects marked writable?

2012-12-07 Thread John McKown
is generated. So, why doesn't git just mark the files as read only? This is just a curiosity question. -- John McKown --

Re: [git-users] curiosity: why are files in .git/objects marked writable?

2012-12-07 Thread John McKown
Thanks for just a complete answer. I keep forgetting that some people run inferior systems, such as Windows grin/ On Friday, December 7, 2012 11:20:32 AM UTC-6, Konstantin Khomoutov wrote: On Fri, 7 Dec 2012 08:48:41 -0800 (PST) John McKown john.arch...@gmail.com javascript: wrote

[git-users] Re: How to promote a Git branch to another repo master

2012-12-09 Thread John McKown
Do you mean that you have a distribution repository (without a working directory) and you want to add to it what is in a non-master branch in another git-managed directory (i.e. it has a working directory with the files). Have you looked to see if submodules or subtrees will do what you want?

[git-users] Re: How to promote a Git branch to another repo master

2012-12-09 Thread John McKown
OOPS, forgot the very last step. Once you've verified that the git merge worked the way you want, do a git branch -d branch-with-files. You might want to do a git gc as well just to recompress everything. But it's not absolutely necessary. I'm just a bit minus on space. On Sunday, December 9,

[git-users] Re: git help about git merge to a specific dir and keep the commit log

2012-12-10 Thread John McKown
I think this is similar to what I gave to a post a couple of days ago. You might try the following on your local machine. I will show the commands that I would enter in a Linux BASH shell. I don't do Windows or MacOSX, but you seem to be on Ubuntu.. First, I would clone the B repository into a

[git-users] Re: git help about git merge to a specific dir and keep the commit log

2012-12-10 Thread John McKown
possible mini bug, instead of: git mv * kvm use git mv \* kvm The \ in front of the * tells git to expand the file names instead of having the shell do it. My mistake. On Monday, December 10, 2012 2:35:58 AM UTC-6, lei yang wrote: Hi experts, I have two tree A and B, A:

[git-users] Re: ls it possible to change the commit info

2012-12-11 Thread John McKown
I've just been reading up on git filter-branch --msg-filter which seems to be a way to address this. But I don't have enough aspirin to make it through the explanation (it makes my head hurt) grin/ I wish there was a simple way to just use the user's $EDITOR to clean this up. I have a feeling

[git-users] securing data in a non-local repository

2012-12-11 Thread John McKown
I haven't seen anything like this in anything I've read so far. And I know that git is all about freely sharing. But is there some way to have git keep the repository files encrypted. I know that the files in the .git subdirectory are compressed. It seems to me that it should be relatively

[git-users] Re: securing data in a non-local repository

2012-12-12 Thread John McKown
, John McKown wrote: I haven't seen anything like this in anything I've read so far. And I know that git is all about freely sharing. But is there some way to have git keep the repository files encrypted. I know that the files in the .git subdirectory are compressed. It seems to me

[git-users] Re: interesting? observation about git mv propagation

2012-12-13 Thread John McKown
the repository (on the home machine). And these 55 files total up to 13 gig. Each is about 2-3 meg, except for one which is 1.4 gig. Home machine is a Core i7 running 2.66Ghz. On Thursday, December 13, 2012 9:10:09 AM UTC-6, John McKown wrote: This may not be a shock to most, but it was a real

[git-users] Re: Interaction between checkin/checkout attributes : can I reorder filter, ident, text ?

2012-12-14 Thread John McKown
I am not an expert. In blunt fact, I'm rather new with git. But I looked at the documentation you mentioned here: http://www.kernel.org/pub/software/scm/git/docs/gitattributes.html From my reading, the only processing which you can modify is the filter one. The ident does one only one hard

Re: [git-users] Is it possible cp some file from one branch to another without switch branch

2012-12-18 Thread John McKown
What about something like the following (on Linux) git checkout -b newbranch git ls-files | fgrep -v 'file.to.keep' | while read i;do git rm $i;done # newbranch now only contains file.to.keep git checkout B git merge newbranch git -d newbranch I'm not too sure about this. I'm still too new at

[git-users] Re: can I use the Git Logo in commercials ?

2012-12-19 Thread John McKown
read here: http://git-scm.com/downloads/logos quote Git Logo by Jason Long http://twitter.com/jasonlong is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ . This license lets others distribute, remix, tweak, and build upon your

[git-users] Re: Help! Git pull deleted files.

2012-12-28 Thread John McKown
Warning: I'm a newbie and you may want to wait for one of the true experts to chime in. But, in the past, I've had good luck with a very simple command: git reset --hard HEAD^ to revert everything back to the previous commit. If you haven't done a commit since messing up, you might as well

[git-users] Re: Installing Dependent Libraries for Git

2012-12-31 Thread John McKown
I don't know AIX, but remember: Google is your friends. I did a search and found some sites which might be of some help. http://icancompute.ca/aix/config/software/install-git-aix/ Some of the tools you need are available from IBM here:

[git-users] Re: portable Git

2012-12-31 Thread John McKown
I can't help with this, but I can't help wondering why you want to run git on an arbitrary machine. Also, do you mean on a host running Windows, Linux, one of the *BSD's? You can't have a git which will run regardless of the host OS. Of course, you might be able to have a Windows git in one

[git-users] Re: portable Git

2012-12-31 Thread John McKown
Thanks. I guess it does, if you are install jenkins on a system to which you are not root. Have you considered, on your base system, something like: cd ~ git clone https://github.com/git/git cd git make configure ./configure --prefix=/jenkins/subdirectory/git #change as needed mkdir -p

[git-users] Re: portable Git

2012-12-31 Thread John McKown
OOPS, the zip command should be zip -R git-zip.zip git I forgot the -R switch to recurse the subdirectories. On Sunday, December 30, 2012 9:01:24 AM UTC-6, Gabby Romano wrote: hi all - does anyone know where I can fine a portable version of Git for Linux so no install is needed (yum or

Re: [git-users] Re: portable Git

2013-01-01 Thread John McKown
:54 PM UTC+2, John McKown wrote: OOPS, the zip command should be zip -R git-zip.zip git I forgot the -R switch to recurse the subdirectories. On Sunday, December 30, 2012 9:01:24 AM UTC-6, Gabby Romano wrote: hi all - does anyone know where I can fine a portable version of Git for Linux so

Re: [git-users] Ignore files

2013-01-02 Thread John McKown
tracked stay in the log/history and that future add/commits would now ignore those files? -- -- Maranatha! John McKown --

[git-users] Re: Ignore files

2013-01-02 Thread John McKown
Oh, and if you do revise the git repo, I don't know what will happen if you do a git push to a remote repo. It may fail. Or it may update the remote in such a way that others have problems doing a fetch or pull. Perhaps one of the very experienced will speak up on this issue. I really hate

Re: [git-users] Fully compatibly way to get git branch and current SHA

2013-01-03 Thread John McKown
#current branch name git branch #or branch=$(git branch | cut -d ' ' -f 2) #sha of head head=$(cat .git/refs/heads/${branch} I don't know for certain that these will work for all releases. -- Maranatha! John McKown On Jan 3, 2013 9:41 PM, Yoshiki Vázquez Baeza yoshik...@gmail.com wrote: Hello

Re: [git-users] Re: Installing Dependent Libraries for Git

2013-01-08 Thread John McKown
simply don't know. Sorry. On Sat, Jan 5, 2013 at 7:44 PM, gaug...@gmail.com wrote: @John Mckown: I was referring the link provided by you i.e http://icancompute.ca/aix/config/software/install-git-aix/. While I was downloading the the necessary rpm files for installation I could not find 2

Re: [git-users] Management of a puppet tree and multiple developers

2013-01-08 Thread John McKown
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[git-users] Git off-site security

2013-01-09 Thread John McKown
This may be a rather ignorant question. It is based on the thread: Can Git do all of this?. Konstantin indicated that Web suppliers such as GitHub are not secure. Why is this? Well, I guess maybe they could be hacked from the outside, or perhaps an employee could be subverted. I am wondering

Re: [git-users] Git off-site security

2013-01-09 Thread John McKown
Thanks for explaining. I guess the way to do a cloud backup would be to do a git archive and then encrypt and scp the archive to the cloud. On Wed, Jan 9, 2013 at 2:30 PM, Dale R. Worley wor...@alum.mit.edu wrote: From: John McKown john.archie.mck...@gmail.com This may be a rather ignorant

Re: [git-users] git merge: error: The following untracked working tree files would be overwritten by merge

2013-01-11 Thread John McKown
and Graphics Engine for multiplayer, cross-platform, real-time 3D Action Learn more at http://www.cafu.de -- -- Maranatha! John McKown --

Re: [git-users] Re: Find Git repository mapping

2013-01-15 Thread John McKown
is the default name for the remote when you create the local repo by cloning it from the remote one), do: git remote show origin -- -- Maranatha! John McKown --

Re: [git-users] how do I edit this particular web page...

2013-01-16 Thread John McKown
at the bottom bounces, as well. Any ideas here? -roger- -- -- Maranatha! John McKown --

[git-users] Interesting(?) article on setting up a small, local, git server for small development team.

2013-01-21 Thread John McKown
http://www.howtoforge.com/debian-wheezy-local-git-server-with-git-lite-workflow quote This howto describes a shared local *git* [1] server setup for a small team. This is a repository layout that is familiar to anyone used to working with a traditional version control system. One of the

Re: [git-users] RE

2013-01-21 Thread John McKown
link -- -- Maranatha! John McKown --

Re: [git-users] Trying to convert svn repos to Git repos

2013-01-21 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] Git on Windows, permission denied when directory structure does not match between branches

2013-01-21 Thread John McKown
, although this is a major drain on productivity Is there another way to correct this issue or preferably avoid it altogether? -- -- Maranatha! John McKown --

Re: [git-users] acked by ,test by, how to add them. automatically? and what does it mean

2013-01-24 Thread John McKown
Lei -- -- Maranatha! John McKown --

[git-users] Re: What is the best way to use GIT for versioning Java Website

2013-01-28 Thread John McKown
In addition to what Dale said, I have some basic questions. Do the developers have a unique UNIX UID which is tracked as the owner of the files in the JEE subdirectory? If so, then perhaps the simpliest thing to do is to stop using a git add ., but instead do something like: git add $(find .

[git-users] Re: What is the best way to use GIT for versioning Java Website

2013-01-28 Thread John McKown
Slight goof in the previous message. Said: # Now I want to commit! git fetch #get any updates in the bare repo. git checkout master #switch to the master branch git merge my-name #merge in my changes into master Meant: # Now I want to commit! git checkout master #switch to master branch git

[git-users] OT: MS integrating git access into Visual Studio TFS

2013-01-31 Thread John McKown
I hope this is OK to post. I found it interesting. http://www.networkworld.com/news/2013/013013-microsoft-embraces-open-source-git-for-266280.html quote Microsoft is integrating the widely used

Re: [git-users] Re: Why Same Files show up with different Statuses in Git?

2013-01-31 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] Compiling Git on Linux..

2013-02-03 Thread John McKown
Ubuntu installed git into /usr/bin. You installed it into /usr/local/bin. Normally, /usr/bin is before /usr/local/bin on the PATH. You can address this by putting /usr/local/bin on the PATH before /usr/bin. Or you, if you want to replace git, use the normal Ubuntu method to uninstall git. This

Re: [git-users] Compiling Git on Linux..

2013-02-03 Thread John McKown
Thanks for the info, I'm not familiar with Ubuntu. On Feb 3, 2013 3:04 PM, Martin Møller Skarbiniks Pedersen traxpla...@gmail.com wrote: On 3 February 2013 18:56, John McKown john.archie.mck...@gmail.com wrote: Ubuntu installed git into /usr/bin. You installed it into /usr/local/bin

Re: [git-users] Work with two repositories

2013-02-08 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] Usage of git for partly local / partly remote

2013-02-12 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] error in git when switching to ssh.

2013-02-13 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] don't let you change branch with pending changes

2013-02-14 Thread John McKown
My habit, when I am going to do something in a project is to: cd ~/project git branch # more commands just to remind me which branch is active immediately after I cd into the subdirectory. I have some subdirectories which are duplicated on multiple machines. The contents of each machine is in

Re: [git-users] don't let you change branch with pending changes

2013-02-14 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] Help with .gitignore

2013-02-20 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] Help with .gitignore

2013-02-20 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] Help with .gitignore

2013-02-20 Thread John McKown
I guess my memory is failing. Thanks. -- 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+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. For more options, visit

Re: [git-users] To know the string in which branch

2013-02-21 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] To know the string in which branch

2013-02-21 Thread John McKown
As Larry Wall said Tim Toady (TMTOWTDI ), aka There's More Than One Way To Do It. Which ever makes more sense to the programmer / user. I do admit to often using esoteric methods. On Thu, Feb 21, 2013 at 1:49 PM, Dale R. Worley wor...@alum.mit.edu wrote: From: John McKown john.archie.mck

Re: [git-users] git: Command not found.

2013-02-27 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] Problem cloning a GIT repo, Out of memory, windows XP (32-bit)

2013-03-01 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] Re: git: Command not found.

2013-03-01 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] Can I delete origin/HEAD origin/master to start new repo?

2013-03-04 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] Deploying with git

2013-04-08 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] recover from hard reset

2013-04-29 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] Re: Problem with git checkout --orphan

2013-06-06 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] Copy full content of one repository to another

2013-06-12 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] Git error

2013-06-17 Thread John McKown
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[git-users] best way to create populate a new bare repository

2013-06-26 Thread John McKown
assuming that the bare repository name is the same as the working directory name, with .git at the end. -- This is a test of the Emergency Broadcast System. If this had been an actual emergency, do you really think we'd stick around to tell you? Maranatha! John McKown -- You received

Re: [git-users] How best to show changes from a number of commits?

2013-06-27 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] newbie questions

2013-06-28 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] newbie questions

2013-06-28 Thread John McKown
, Jun 28, 2013 at 3:27 PM, Ed Pataky ed.pat...@gmail.com wrote: So you are saying that there is no way to rollback to an old version using git? what is the point then, just to store a bunch of comments? On Fri, Jun 28, 2013 at 12:59 PM, John McKown john.archie.mck...@gmail.com wrote: I

Re: [git-users] newbie questions

2013-06-28 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] Re: Do I have to download all files?

2013-06-30 Thread John McKown
That is part of the design of git. It is a _distributed_ system. Perhaps what you really want would be something like Subversion, in which a person checks out only those files they want to work on. With git, each person is supposed to get all the files and the entire modification history of them.

Re: [git-users] How to deal with concurrent changes in a project

2013-07-02 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] How to deal with concurrent changes in a project

2013-07-02 Thread John McKown
, Jul 2, 2013 at 7:53 AM, John McKown john.archie.mck...@gmail.com wrote: Caution: Not an expert by any means. What I would do is this. First, I would do a git stash. quote Use git stash when you want to record the current state of the working directory and the index, but want to go back

Re: [git-users] URL return error doing git pull

2013-07-12 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] URL return error doing git pull

2013-07-12 Thread John McKown
On Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 10:49 AM, John McKown john.archie.mck...@gmail.comwrote: I am not an expert, but if you're repository is being accessed via HTTP:, the 403 might be an HTTP result code. In HTTP-speak, it means forbidden. According to the documentation, and rendered in my own dialect

Re: [git-users] where is stored the staging area(index) on our machines

2013-07-18 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] Question about Git and Users

2013-07-19 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] git on nfs is outrageously slow

2013-08-14 Thread John McKown
john, can you explain me what do you mean by the above statement, what's the workflow. do you clone only part of the tree to your local disk ? On Wednesday, July 31, 2013 5:36:41 PM UTC+5:30, John McKown wrote: -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups

Re: [git-users] How do I remove a file from all branches in a git repository but leave it on the file system

2013-08-19 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] starting out with git -- a problem with branching....

2013-09-03 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] starting out with git -- a problem with branching....

2013-09-03 Thread John McKown
For milestones, I either create a new branch at that commit point (rarely) or tag the commit with a nice name. On Tue, Sep 3, 2013 at 10:40 AM, David bouncingc...@gmail.com wrote: On 4 September 2013 01:20, John McKown john.archie.mck...@gmail.com wrote: If you don't want to do a commit

Re: [git-users] renaming or aliasing commits

2013-09-11 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] git and sudo

2013-09-19 Thread John McKown
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[git-users] git pull: Observation for local / NFS bare repository

2013-09-23 Thread John McKown
this to the developers. IOW, are there many people who use a bare repository over a _slow_ NFS link? Or is it so rare that it would not be worth using up their time? Thanks for your thoughts on this. -- As of next week, passwords will be entered in Morse code. Maranatha! John McKown -- You

Re: [git-users] misandestanding

2013-09-30 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] Precise Definition of Repository

2013-12-11 Thread John McKown
My code is so poor, at times, I need to keep in a suppository. On Dec 11, 2013 4:27 PM, Mark Janssen dreamingforw...@gmail.com wrote: On Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 11:26 AM, Human Being smhea...@gmail.com wrote: Is there a precise definition of repositiory? Interesting question actually. A more

Re: [git-users] Lost git metadata

2014-01-02 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] What's the process GIT runs on Linux?

2014-01-27 Thread John McKown
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Re: [git-users] How can i get into previous version of code in git ?

2014-02-11 Thread John McKown
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