Provides a GUI interface to manage all commonly-used git commands.
@MarcelMue, it seems that @aramix is in a situation similar to mine. I have several SSH keys, registered either with GitHub or BitBucket. What we would need is a way to let git-control know that a given project is using the key id_github, while another is using id_bitbucket, instead of the default id_rsa.
I don't think we have project-specific settings, do you know if it is available in the Atom API ?
@MarcelMue do you think we should change the push.default behaviour? #80
@nounoursheureux I am not sure with the whole upstream vs default thing. I would have to do some reading on it frist. If there isn't a big counter argument then I would say change it.
@Alain-Bearez I guess id_rsais a git default? If so we would have to introduce some kind of options menu and I am not really sure how much work that would be as of right now.
@nounoursheureux I posted an answer to #80 (closed it on accident once :grin: )
Hey, I have my ssh key added to my Settings page on Github, but I'm getting 'fatal: could not read Username for 'http://github.com': No such device or address
I'm on Ubuntu 14.04
Nevermind, I think I got it. I had to set the remote url to use SSH instead of HTTPS.
okay :D I was about to say that testing it on your normal console would be the way to go to decide if it has something to do with git-control :)
Hey, is there a way to have git-control store my password? Currently it asks me for the password when I open the git-control tab, it asks for the password again when doing a commit, and then asks for the password twice when doing a push.
So I have to type my password 4 times just to update my project.
Git-control itself doesn't store passwords or asks for them. Every command you enter in git control is forwarded to a console with git and the output is displayed in git control
Does git-control support multiple repositories?
Gitcontrol only supports one repository at a time currently
@MarcelMue gotcha, thanks for the reply
Hello, I just installed git-control to Atom 1.0.5. When I open git:control tab (ctrl+alt+o on OS X), on the git console log appears this:
git status --porcelain --untracked-files=all git fetch --prune
/bin/sh: git: command not found
seems that git command is not "visible" for Atom or git-control, anyone could help please?