Hm, I think I got confused between the options that git-diff-index and git-diff-files take. Have a question about this project? Then execute simpler git stash pop. I don't know for sure. Will do in the next iteration. Any idea how I can do a git reset --hard in SourceTree? Rebase, fast-forward, and merge have nothing to do with uncommitted changes. If you don't have any new commits, a pull will attempt to fast-forward default unless you explicitly tell it not to, in which case it will create a new merge commit. This would be if you wanted to keep them.
Please commit or stash them. No changes, says git status, but yet changes are preventing a pull. I still suggest to first take a look at the merge conflicts and see how important they are compared to what you have. Will do in the next iteration. I suppose Tested-by is common enough and worth encouraging, though. Reported-by: Joshua Jensen Cc: Matthieu Moy Signed-off-by: Ramkumar Ramachandra --- git-pull. Something is very wrong, but I have absolutely no idea what.
Has anyone ever seen anthing like this? Cannot rebase: you have unstaged changes. Yesterday they were both synced fine. I didn't think about this enough. M Makefile cannot rebase: you index contains uncommitted changes. You need to delete stash stack using git stash drop. Are all these tags useful? Neither use is as important for git, where many people read the list so it is not as important to cc people to get proper review.
Please don't hide your real name. You can do this to work around using following steps 1. Please commit or stash them. I suppose this hunk is alright. Also, is the case alright now? With this command, it deletes that stash for good, while apply does not. Please commit or stash them.
My guess is that I messed around with the code and now it wants me to either commit or discard is that what does stash means? Not necessarily, but I figured that many of them want it. But the problem never occurred if I ran git from the terminal. Also, this is one special case that the user has to remember. For example, your error message said to git stash your changes. Now you should be able to upgrade the next time the terminal asks you too. Also the messages seem somewhat case-challenged.
You rightly need to clear those out of the way before performing those operations. Have a question about this project? Please commit or stash them. It should display a list of files changed. It's really a git problem not a SparkleShare problem, but Sparkle users on the Mac are going to encounter it I guess. Here I have used git stash pop but After changes have been stashed, there are a few options of to get changes back to local: 1.
Have a question about this project? I found out what caused it. These seem intuitive without explanation. Then run 'git rebase --continue'. The original patch was probably not considered for + inclusion due to several reasons. Also notice that a real name is used in the Signed-off-by: line. It is happening most likely because you have edited something in your.
I'll take a look at the guy's text config setting, but it still seems like git status should report a change if one was made. After pulling, you would then do git stash pop and your changes would be reapplied. Should we limit the number of paths listed like this? Should we limit the number of paths listed like this? When the unstaged change is because git is attempting to fix eol conventions on a file as is always my case , no amount of stashing or checking-out or resetting will make it go away. I suppose I can come up with a way to check which path was taken and print more targeted advice. Also mention that the user is free to use any custom tags. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community.
Type Y to update oh-my-zsh: Y Upgrading Oh My Zsh Cannot pull with rebase: You have unstaged changes. Please commit or stash your changes to proceed. Personally, I do not think you should list any paths. In the end, a person can put what they want. I do have filemode set to false, but I've never had that be an actual problem.