Where communities thrive


  • Join over 1.5M+ people
  • Join over 100K+ communities
  • Free without limits
  • Create your own community
People
Repo info
Activity
Alex Buchanan
@buchanae
I'd like this to happen at the user config level, so that this transfer agent config applies easily across repos
Alex Buchanan
@buchanae
hrm, possibly the + character was messing with my experiments
Alex Buchanan
@buchanae
nevermind entirely, now it seems to work :/
Alex Buchanan
@buchanae
And now it doesn't. I'm thoroughly confused
Thomas Grainger
@graingert
is it possible to disable git lfs for certain upstreams?
eg keybase
I have a keybase and gitlab upstream - and I want to push just the pointer files to keybase
Initializing Keybase... done.
Syncing with Keybase... done.
Git LFS: (0 of [redacted] files) 0 B / [redacted]B                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          
batch request: missing protocol: "keybase://private/graingert/[redacted].git/info/lfs"
error: failed to push some refs to 'keybase://private/graingert/[redacted]'
I know keybase doesn't support LFS - I jut want the push to work only including the pointer files
Paulo Phagula
@dareenzo
Hey all. I've got a repo with LFS setup and working. I noticed that there's a folder inside my repo with LFS hooks that keeps getting created even if I delete it. The folder is ~/.dotfiles/git/hooks . This path is familiar, it is the path I have on my main git config for global hooks, but I don't understand why it keeps getting created every time inside my repo. If LFS creates these hooks I think the"normal" behaviour would be place them inside the .git folder. How I can go around this? Is it a configuration issue I have or something with LFS?
zhouzhou84
@zhouzhou84
hello, I have a question about git clone : there is a folder named "libmoon @ e9a933b" in a repository like:"https://github.com/emmericp/MoonGen", How can I download this repository completely
Eric D
@zard777
@zhouzhou84 you can try git clone --recurse-submodules [URL_repo]
zhouzhou84
@zhouzhou84
ok , I try it now
Eric D
@zard777
edited: if it got error with -j8 parameter, remove it
zhouzhou84
@zhouzhou84
I think it works with -j8,thank you so much
Eric D
@zard777
you're welcome
Yuchan Hwang
@YBHwang
Arran Walker
@saracen
Does anybody have any interest in a caching lfs proxy?
Arran Walker
@saracen
Well, I've written one anyway. https://github.com/saracen/lfscache - If you find a use for it, please let me know how you get on.
aarck
@aarck
curl: (56) OpenSSL SSL_read: SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL, errno 104
how to solve this error
jcksnmdy
@jcksnmdy
I am new to git hub so do any edits I make to the source code on my pi get removed when I pull updates from git-hub?
Markonius
@markonius
If you have local changes, pulling will warn you about that and it won't pull. If you have commited your changes, pulling will merge the changes from github with your local changes (this may or may not produce working code). It also might fail to merge automatically and it will ask you to solve the conflicting changes.
What's important is that pulling will never delete your local changes without telling you.
Markonius
@markonius
Can someone help me with git lfs smudge?
I can't figure out how to use it
On Windows I get "Cannot read from STDIN. This command should be run by the Git 'smudge' filter", on Linux, the command line just hangs
I want to use it in a project
Markonius
@markonius
ok i fugred it out
i had to redirect the whole file into it
karolflis
@karolflis
Hey guys. Do you guys have the preferred way to use git lfs with jenkins in scripted pipeline? I'm using GitLFSPull for scm checkout, but it doesn't really download the 90 MB of files.
Francis West
@badape-net
my project has grown, i was thinking about rebasing because my game assets are getting too big
buumi
@buumi
Hey, a bit confused about setup needed for LFS. Is this correct: running git lfs install in any folder installs some needed settings to global gitconfig file. In addition to that repository needs to have git hooks for post-checkout, post-commit, post-merge and pre-push? And these are usually installed automatically while performing LFS operations on the repository? But if my repository already has custom hooks, i need to manually install these there? Or is some part of the setup obsolete/incorrect?
Pankaj Jain
@pankajpj07
@pankajpj07
https://rivertab.com/donate-to-us/
hello friends
i am developing this free website for people
to find room or pg for living
help us through donating any sort of amount to us
Mateusz Łoskot
@mloskot
@pankajpj07 Stop spamming
matrixbot
@matrixbot
Balin I need to migrate data from one institutional git provider to another. My repos include lfs'ed files. Does a git clone <PROJECT_URL> && cd <PROJECT_DIR> && git lfs install --local && git lfs pull workflow prior to changing the origin remote and pushing again retrieve ALL lfs history or just the current versions?
Mateusz Łoskot
@mloskot
git lfs fetch origin --all
You don't need to change origin, just add new remote
and then you can git lfs push --all newremote as per https://github.com/git-lfs/git-lfs/issues/516#issuecomment-140002103
Once you are happy with the migration, update origin in local repo(s)
matrixbot
@matrixbot
Balin Mateusz Łoskot (Gitter): Terrific. Thank you so much for your help ... got hit by the fact that the importer of the new institutional product migrates the lfs stubs, but not the underlying data, while happily recognizing the stub and telling you the file is lfsed ... with a non-exisiting pointer ... LOVELY.
matrixbot
@matrixbot
Balin This also helps in this context: git remote rename origin old-origin
Mateusz Łoskot
@mloskot
Yes
matrixbot
@matrixbot
Balin Here's what I do now:
Balin 1) git clone GITHUB_REPO
2) cd REPO_DIR && git lfs install --local
3) git lfs fetch origin --all
4) git lfs pull
5) git remote rename origin old-origin
6) git remote add origin git@<NEW_URL>:<NEW_REPO>.git
7) git push -u origin --all
8) git push -u origin --tags
Balin Reads about right?
Mateusz Łoskot
@mloskot
I think so
Amit Prasad
@amitprasad01_twitter
What is the disadvantage of multiple repo
for single project
sumanchowdare
@sumanchowdare
@all did any one impelemented github scanner(To scan scerets or credentials if we commit bymistake to github it has scan)
for more info https://github.com/dxa4481/truffleHog
Can anyone help me setup this ?
AlexTzib
@AlexTzib
hello people