BalinI 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 pullworkflow prior to changing the origin remote and pushing again retrieve ALL lfs history or just the current versions?
origin, just add new remote
git lfs push --all newremoteas per https://github.com/git-lfs/git-lfs/issues/516#issuecomment-140002103
originin local repo(s)
BalinMateusz 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
lfsstubs, but not the underlying data, while happily recognizing the stub and telling you the file is
lfsed ... with a non-exisiting pointer ... LOVELY.
Balin1) git clone GITHUB_REPO
BalinReads about right?
I installed everyting properly.
test.jpgfile in root (it is tracked)
git lfs statusshows that file
to be committedcategory
git lfs statusdoes not show that file in
to be pushedcategory
What am I doing wrong ?
git lfs update
git checkout -f HEADas Git suggests or something along the lines of
git lfs fetchand
git lfs pull?
Hey guys, I am eager to get started with open source contributions on git but as many beginners I am confused about where to start! Any help would be appreciated. This is my github link if you want to check out: https://github.com/hrishibawane
Check the repository of the project you would like to contribute to, get acquainted with the codebase, coding style and language used, check issues and contribution guide if available. Fork the repository and make a pull request. PR feedback should provide you further guidance.
git lfs push origin masterit adds to my .git/config a lfs line that is the https endpoint