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    Noah (Code Militia)
    @DonkeyAfterDark
    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>
    Noah (Code Militia)
    @DonkeyAfterDark
    yes, no, maybe?
    Gabin Aureche
    @Zhouzi
    Hey there! First, I have to say that you guys did a great work with git-control!
    I am wondering if the package is still maintained?
    Bricktop
    @MarcelMue
    @Zhouzi Yes - It is still maintained but currently only really really barely. I tried multiple times to do more on it but life is a bitch.
    @DonkeyAfterDark I am not a git-flow user unfortunately. @TwanoO67 was the person to initially implement git-flow support for git-control. This means that his Pull Requests got merged. Due to my inexperience with git-flow I can't really help you out there unfortunately.
    WEBER Antoine
    @TwanoO67
    Hi guys
    it seems to be a issue about the git flow installation
    did you copy the git-flow command in /usr/bin ?
    maybe you could do a "ls -al" in /usr/bin folder, and check if the git-flow script are there
    @DonkeyAfterDark ?
    WEBER Antoine
    @TwanoO67
    [ btw, the 0.4.1 version, is a very old one( from nvie), you should rather install git-flow-avh (from petervanderdoes) ]
    Victor Bustos
    @victorbustos
    having the same issue as DonkeyAfterDark... El Capitan's new System Integrity Protection is the culprit. jacogr/atom-git-control#108
    Noah (Code Militia)
    @DonkeyAfterDark
    I will try that tomorrow w/ my work computer @TwanoO67 and will look into the El Capitan issue as well @victorbustos. Thanks!
    Adam Pohl
    @Huaraz2
    Hi there, I have just opened a new PR #132 which I know does not work at the mo, but any help making it so would be greatly appreciated. Thanks :smiling_imp:
    Bricktop
    @MarcelMue
    @Huaraz2 I think you need to somehow fetch the original repo owner and repo, after that you can actually pull upstream like git pull https://github.com/ORIGINAL_OWNER/ORIGINAL_REPOSITORY.git BRANCH_NAME
    Adam Pohl
    @Huaraz2
    @MarcelMue why would you need to do that, surely it would use the upstream got remote providing one has been set up
    Bricktop
    @MarcelMue
    @Huaraz2 Maybe you are right, just my assumption
    Adam Pohl
    @Huaraz2
    @MarcelMue how does git-control get the remote branches
    Adam Pohl
    @Huaraz2
    @MarcelMue or anyone else who can, could you have a look at the questions I have put in issue #125. It is the issue my PR is based on. Thanks :smiling_imp:
    Anmol Desai
    @arrayoutofbounds
    hey guys! I love using git control! I just have a query. I want to expand on it....but dont know to to show dialogs. Would love some help around how to make a dialog show up in space pen or otherwise (sorry I am new to package dev)
    WEBER Antoine
    @TwanoO67
    @arrayoutofbounds Hi! You should start by forking the original package and take a look at how it is made :)
    Adam Pohl
    @Huaraz2
    In the code below:
    { id: 'pull', menu: 'Pull', icon: 'pull', type: 'upstream'}
    Does anyone know what the type setting is for, or where I could find out more info on it. Thanks :smiling_imp:
    Adam Pohl
    @Huaraz2
    blob
    As you can see in the above image, when I click on the pull from upstream button it runs
    git pull upstream undefined
    rather than
    git pull upstream name-of-the-branch-I-am-in
    For the code to replicate this please see PR #132
    Thanks :smiling_imp:
    Adam Pohl
    @Huaraz2
    This is an update on PR #132 that I have been working on, I am happy to say that it now works as I believe it should. If anyone wants to check my code please do so as I beleive I have done everything correctly but I have left the type as activeas I don't see a reson why it matters that it is not always on. thanks :smiling_imp:
    Malte
    @soRailicious
    hi@all, would it be possible to say, that "git-control" should start with atom, every time?!
    Adam Pohl
    @Huaraz2
    @soRailicious Why would you want this to happen?
    Malte
    @soRailicious
    cause, the first of my coding work is, to fetch / pull newest commit - so maybe it would be possible to integrate "settings" into this !!!great!!! package! so the user can decide if he want to start git-control on startup
    @Huaraz2
    Adam Pohl
    @Huaraz2
    @soRailicious ok I guess but I just think it seems a bit pointless as it would most likely increase the start up time of atom and it is not exactly a difficult to open it up yourself
    Malte
    @soRailicious
    @Huaraz2 OK. Just asking :) The package "remote-ftp" does exactly this what i've asked (at this plugin i turned off the auto startup function)
    Phong Nguyen
    @phongnguyen
    I keep having this error: fatal: could not read Password for 'username@bitbucket.org': Device not configured. git fetch --prune exited with error code 128. Where do I configure the device/project? Thanks!
    stifik
    @stifik
    Hey. I'm new to all this. I get "'git' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file." when I try to use it.
    Adam Pohl
    @Huaraz2
    hey, can someone have a look at the error I have posted at the end of my tags PR #151 please, not sure why this is coming up. Thanks :smiling_imp:
    Alex Perez
    @alexisaperez
    Hey guys, I am having an issue with EL Cap and SIP, I pulled in the new updated Git-Promise and in the git.coffee set my path to the git I want to use, but when I call it I still get a 'git flow -d' is not a git command error when I try to do anything git flow related in git-control. Any ideas?
    Kwadwo Opoku-Debrah
    @kojodoesdesign
    Hey im having the same problem as phongnguyen.. any suggestions on how to fix? Thanks!
    Artur Sena
    @algoz098
    Hello, having some troubles with it... for start, how do i evem begin using it?
    nodecraic
    @webworkio
    hey, if anyone has any remote remote , designer, DevOps or Sysadmin jobs they can post them at http://webwork.io
    Steven Williams
    @StevenGFX
    When starting git-control, can i change git status --porcelain --untracked-files=all to git status --untracked-files=no?
    Fedor Logachev
    @not-fl3
    Hey! Same question about git status, is it possible to hide untracked files?
    Fedor Logachev
    @not-fl3
    it's ignored, my mistake :)
    Sharon Snyder
    @ssnyder
    Windows no longer seems to work with the latest update. I'm hoping the maintainer sees this and checks github for the issues some of us are having. Up until now, it's been working well - and I've made heavy use of it!
    Lestt
    @Lestt
    Hi all ! I am new in atom, i user git-control on a project with no issue. Recently i had another forlder into my project, with its own git repo, but i can't interact with it via git-control, i can only commit/push to the repo of the first folder. Did i do something wrong ?
    Lestt
    @Lestt
    Ok i found the way to do it: there is a button "project" to switch between projects. In my case, my projects have "undefined" as name, i don't know how to give them one. Should i have to install another plugin as project-manager ?
    jayspirits
    @jayspirits
    how can you install older versions of git-control?
    Hendrich Attila
    @hendricha
    random question/feature request: is there any way for git control to not automatically select all changes when its opened?
    Mike Loomis
    @mikeloomisgg
    @Lestt I have seen the 'undefined' issue as well. I haven't figured out where or how it actually gets the git project names, but selecting the different ones from the list of undefined works for now
    Mike Loomis
    @mikeloomisgg
    Actually I found out this issue has already been fixed, but its just not on the public package from atom.io yet. I suppose they are waiting on some of the other bugs before they release the next version