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    Wilhem Barbier
    @nounoursheureux
    @MarcelMue do you think we should change the push.default behaviour? #80
    Bricktop
    @MarcelMue
    @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.
    Bricktop
    @MarcelMue
    @nounoursheureux I posted an answer to #80 (closed it on accident once :grin: )
    Daniel Power
    @DanielPower
    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
    Any suggestions?
    I'm on Ubuntu 14.04
    Daniel Power
    @DanielPower
    Nevermind, I think I got it. I had to set the remote url to use SSH instead of HTTPS.
    Bricktop
    @MarcelMue
    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 :)
    Daniel Power
    @DanielPower
    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.
    Bricktop
    @MarcelMue
    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
    Eldar Shamukhamedov
    @eldarshamukhamedov
    Does git-control support multiple repositories?
    Bricktop
    @MarcelMue
    Gitcontrol only supports one repository at a time currently
    Eldar Shamukhamedov
    @eldarshamukhamedov
    @MarcelMue gotcha, thanks for the reply
    Arnau Aregall
    @ArnauAregall

    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?
    Arnau Aregall
    @ArnauAregall
    ok, seems that is a problem with Atom on OS X. Tweaking my init script worked:
    https://github.com/atom-community/linter/issues/150#issuecomment-99426665
    Will Pracht
    @willpracht
    Maybe a stupid question... When toggling the Git Control panel, it opens the first project. Is there a way to switch it to another project I have open?
    Will Pracht
    @willpracht

    Sorry about that, just saw this:

    Gitcontrol only supports one repository at a time currently

    Tom
    @AmazingWizard
    So I just installed Git-Control and I went to push my repo upstream and I'm getting this error > Fatal: Could not read username for 'https://github.com': input/output error
    any ideas?
    Bricktop
    @MarcelMue
    @AmazingWizard On which OS are you? It's most likely related to your local user/password setup to push remotely to github
    bchukiat
    @bchukiat
    Possible to provide the confirmation dialogue when click "Reset" button, I accidentally click reset and my pending to commit work gone.
    Sebastien Stettler
    @billybonks
    the plugin expects
    git
    under /usr/bin
    mine is in a different location ? anyone else have this issue
    WEBER Antoine
    @TwanoO67
    @billybonks maybe you can create a symlink ?
    jayspirits
    @jayspirits
    guys need help here. having problems with gitflow. i can start a feature and when i try to finish a feature branch it causes an error on its prefix
    Stéphane Klein
    @harobed
    on my osx, shirt+alt+o don't toggle git control panel
    Arthur Mudrick
    @artuska
    I have some problems with RSA keys
    blob
    I have set up SSH key following this steps — https://help.github.com/articles/generating-ssh-keys/
    but I still got those errors on screenshot in git:control
    so, how do I tell git:control where my SSH key is located?
    (also, my project is hosted on Gitlab — I've added my new SSH key there)
    Arthur Mudrick
    @artuska
    oh, I've got it — I've tried to push with Git GUI and Gitlab was added to «known hosts» and now everything is fine with git:control also
    Broletto
    @blacking
    hello
    when toogle git-control appear this log
    as artuska
    Arthur Mudrick
    @artuska
    @blacking follow my steps
    Broletto
    @blacking
    ok thanks
    Noah (Code Militia)
    @DonkeyAfterDark
    Having issues setting up git-control with git-flow installed on a mac via Brew.
    $ sudo ln -s /usr/local/bin/git-flow /usr/bin/
    ln: /usr/bin//git-flow: Operation not permitted
    In /usr/local/bin, git-flow is already linked to the Brew cellar.
    lrwxr-xr-x 1 cricket admin 37 Nov 18 17:32 git-flow@ -> ../Cellar/git-flow/0.4.1/bin/git-flow
    Any advice would be greatly appreciated. :)
    When using the git-flow GUI button in your module, I get this error:
    git flow feature start NK-111
    git: 'flow' is not a git command. See 'git --help'.
    When I use git flow in my regular console, I get this:
    $ git flow
    usage: git flow <subcommand>