In Git there is this distinction between plumbing and porcelain commands, but how can I say that a command is a plumbing one or a porcelain one? Which is the border line that makes me recognize the one from the other?
I'm not asking what porcelain or plumbing is, but how, given a command, can I say if it is a plumbing or or a porcelian one.
I'm using bitbucket along with git to manage a project. I've experience no problems under windows development environment however i'm having issues in debian squeeze. The problem is not present at clone, only on push. The error i'm getting is:
fatal: Unable to find remote helper for 'https'
I've tried compile it with curl, tried installing severa
( I have already read through this, and several other posts, thoroughly git: fatal: Could not read from remote repository )
I'm using my own server as a git server. I set it up according to several guides. Everything is fine except any operation that read or writes to the remote git repository.
When I try to do anything that interacts with
I can’t seem to figure this out. Homebrew can’t link git during the installation. Here’s what Terminal spits out:
==> Downloading http://git-core.googlecode.com/files/git-1.8.4.tar.gz
Already downloaded: /Library/Caches/Homebrew/git-1.8.4.tar.gz
==> make prefix=/usr/local/Cellar/git/1.8.4 sysconfdir=/usr/local/etc CC=cc CFLA
==> make CC=c
I want to convert to git an existing codebase which has big binary library files in it. The library files are external (vendor) dependencies. These binaries are only needed to link the final application. The size of these binaries is huge (2.2 Gig), so in order to reduce the main repo size (and not have to unduly grow the main repo size), I would l
I've seen people recommend that all developers set up a symlink on their machine from C:\project\.git\rr-cache to a shared folder \\server\rr-cache.
However, it would seem more convenient to share the folder by including it in the git repository itself, if that is possible. I've seen people mention this solution, but not actually how to do it.
To reproduce the situation I am in you can do the following.
git checkout -b parent --track
cat > check.yml <<EOL
git add --all
git commit -m "parent branch"
git checkout -b child --track
vim check.yml # Change 1 to 11
git add --all
git commit -m child
git checkout parent
vim check.yml # change 3 to 31
git add --
I have tried the following command on my SVN Repository to clone only a single branch via git.
git svn clone http://svn.supose.org/supose/branches/B_0.7.1
but got the the following error message:
Initialized empty Git repository in /Users/km/workspace-supose/git/B_0.7.1/.git/
W: Ignoring error from SVN, path probably does not exist: (160013):
My repo uses git lfs. For a fresh clone, I ran:
git lfs install
git clone https://example.com/repo.git
The clone gets to the point where it starts downloading lfs files, gets to some file and then fails. The file at which it fails is different each time I attempt to clone. Very occasionally it succeeds.
Here is the output:
Cloning into 'repo'.
I want delete bin[or trying to run $git add .] from local git hub folder as well as on hosted app-harbor folder but i am unable to delete folder and getting following error
$ git rm -r bin [ $ git rm -f bin]
fatal: Unable to create 'f:/git/xyz/WorkerProcess/.git/index.lock': File
If no other git process is currently running, this pro