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    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
    Marc Andrews
    @marcandrews
    Anyone know how to add ssh keys so that I can push to my remote repo?
    RaterTeam
    @RaterDevelopmentTeam
    Sup dawg
    hellboy81
    @hellboy81
    Hi
    I am missing colored scheme for files under git
    hellboy81
    @hellboy81
    Is there theme problem?
    Shaun W.
    @shaunw
    hi
    what does Pull Upstream do in git control?
    Adam Pohl
    @Huaraz2
    @shaunw assumming that you have a remote set as upstream in your project then the Pull Upstream button will pul from that remote instead of the origin remote that the pull button pulls from. Hope this helps
    DahliaSR
    @DahliaSR
    Hey folks,
    I'm currently running Atom under Win7 and during installion of Git I chose to ONLY run git from git bash.
    Unfortunately git-control wants to run git commands via cmd.exe.
    Can I fix git-control to use git bash instead or do I need to reinstall git?
    Ab
    @Awesome-Blossom
    Hey guys, so just installed git-control into atom, I
    I'm trying to use remote-ftp package in atom to get into git, however it isn't working.
    Ab
    @Awesome-Blossom
    is there a tutorial or documentation on how to set up git-control or get my remote into atom?
    Noah (Code Militia)
    @DonkeyAfterDark
    So I use git-control and basically how it works is it browses your local copy of the git repo, allowing you to commit and push changes to the remote origin.
    I also use remote-ftp, but I use that to talk directly to my FTP server, not access my remote git repo.
    You'll probably want to use the command line to git clone your remote git repository onto your local machine, then use git-control to talk to those local files.
    EriLee
    @EriLee
    Hey :smile:
    I have Error , fatal :could not read Username for "https://github.com": Invalid argument
    Why? I Can't Push now!!
    blob
    jason-zeiler
    @jason-zeiler
    trying to use git-control on a local git project and when opening the git-control panel it gives me an error "This project is not a git repository. Either open another project or create a repository." Anyone else had this problem?
    Mayank Jain
    @mayank-finland
    same with me
    I get the same error
    Syrexo
    @Syrexo
    @jason-zeiler Same with me... Any Idea to fix this ? Thanks :)
    camlafit
    @camlafit
    hi
    is it possible to change remote upstream as any other name, as origin ?
    Fynn Freyer
    @FynnFreyer
    @Syrexo @jason-zeiler @mayank-finland i had this problem too, i think going to
    packages -> open on github -> repository
    fixed it for me ...
    sgel83
    @sgel83

    are there any tutorials/posts to get git-control working on windows?

    I have git already installed and it works from the command line or GUI,

    I just get from Atom/git-control

    Ich hörte manchmal, dass sie schwer zu stecken sind

    Ich hörte manchmal, dass sie schwer zu stecken sind
    sorry, cannot copy and paste from that window apparently
    Permission denied (publickey)
    fatal: Could not read from remote repository.
    golodenko
    @golodenko_twitter
    Guy, does anyone have access to maintainers? There's a lot of good pul requests in a line to be reviewed and they obviously need some help with it. I would gladly help, but can't reach them.
    @MarcelMue , @jacorg guys, please let anyone help you with maintaining repo
    camlafit
    @camlafit
    hi
    Reme Le Hane
    @RemeJuan
    Hi there, what is the shortcut command to open up git-control
    Tryna help someone at work, but I use neither git-control nor atom so...
    TheCodineer
    @TheCodineer
    This is very loaded, and somewhat funny question. If I needed a version of your package that works with atom 1.7.3 how would I go about doing so? I am new to atom, and my work limits our version that one. Is it even possible or are there too many dependencies?