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    Aaron
    @apalm1341
    I will try that next time
    Thx
    thinsoldier
    @thinsoldier
    @/all anyone need any git help?
    tommy
    @tommygebru
    lol like you wouldnt believe
    Raspal Seni
    @raspal
    This room seems deserted and haunted ... only two ppl messaged after Dec 03
    raspal @raspal runs away
    tommy
    @tommygebru
    looks like you are doing the haunting :ghost:
    May Kittens Devour Your Soul
    @diomed
    do you know GIT?
    thinsoldier
    @thinsoldier
    @diomed need git help?
    May Kittens Devour Your Soul
    @diomed
    always :smile:
    can I somehow update my github repo to latest version of existing official repo , without downloading all it's files on my pc
    MOHAMMEDI Haroune
    @mohammedi-haroune
    Hi guys, is it possible to deploy a RESTfull WebService developed in Java (JAX-WS) in GitHub ? thank you
    thinsoldier
    @thinsoldier
    @harounemohammedi github pages is for static files only. If you have a server elsewhere powering the backend you can deploy a front end javascript based site on github pages that communites with your backend.
    @diomed Could you get away with just deleting your fork on github and forking it again from the official repo's latest version?
    May Kittens Devour Your Soul
    @diomed
    that's what I'm currently doing
    I hoped for a better way
    thinsoldier
    @thinsoldier
    Why don't you want to download the latest version of the official repo to your pc?
    thinsoldier
    @thinsoldier
    @diomed Ok I think I found what you need on github
    Do you have screenhero?
    I'll just explain what I'm doin in here then, with screenshots.
    I have a fork of a project named guzzle in my github account
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    Near the bottom of that screen shot it says: This branch is 12 commits behind guzzle:master. ... Compare
    Click Compare
    thinsoldier
    @thinsoldier
    It will take you to the comparison view but will say there is nothing to compare. This is because it switched my my account to the original guzzle account.
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    There is a link: Try switching the base for your comparison.
    Click that.
    Now I'm back at my fork of guzzle with the original on the other side of the comparison selector.
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    I can now see everything that is new in the original repo and choose to merge it into my fork
    If I create a pull request now I'm making a request to myself and not to the orignal repo.
    thinsoldier
    @thinsoldier
    thinsoldier/guzzle#1
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    I'm not sure which of those options i should choose though
    thinsoldier
    @thinsoldier
    I tried rebase and merge.... I think I should have chosen the first option "create a merge commit"

    Seeing as how I only forked guzzle to make a tiny typo correction I think I would have preferred to just delete my fork and re-fork from the original. That seems much easier.
    thinsoldier
    @thinsoldier
    @diomed
    Ghost
    @ghost~56e9ea2585d51f252ab93371
    Hi guys, my origin has remote heads for already deleted branches. Should i delete them?
    Doug Franklin
    @Imaginativeone
    Desperately need help...
    For my part of our project, I only get to push quarterly.
    So, when I have "non-merge-ables"...it's a nightmare.
    Our our Senior Dev hates my guts.
    I just learned about --dry-run...
    How do I fix my merge problems before I push?