Getting Started Overview If you're new to Git or distributed version control systems generally, then you might want to read Git for Eclipse Users first.
I prepared this presentation for Dev Days and it was presented at other locations in the world, too. Unfortunately, the chat section is not included with the webinar video. SCC is a solution used by all developer teams in the world in all companies Erik Ledding: Perforce up to two users is free Vadim Bodner: So SCC is not a software, but more so a category?
Fabiola De la Cueva: This video is showing two separate developers working using Mercurial hg Jorge Luis Orta: Whew — the exact tool we use.
Michael Grant correct, SCC is more a way of working. Scott Doyle, glad the first blog post helped you with the different set ups, it is a little outdated, let me know through the blog post comments if you have any questions.
I like it alot. NI Boyd Crow 2: I came in convinced. Boyd Crow 2, there are different levels of proficiency, as you can see even here, there are a lot of people who do not even know what SCC is Michael Rodriguez: Is tortoiseHg the preferred front end for Hg on Windows?
Also, this video is available for you to pause and play at a lower speed if you want: Jorge You can choose to ignore whatever you like, but I choose to ignore my builds folder and the LV aliases files, for example Michael Grant: I have been using Mercurial for years and this presentation is WAY too fast to follow.
So on that example, the graph shows the main repository and the local repository? Agree with Boyd, Tim Cormier: Agree — too fast Fabiola De la Cueva: Vadim Bodner, exactly, you get to take a peak, to get a preview of what your peer did Adam Gotway: Vadim Bodner, exactly, you get to take a peak, to get a preview of what your peer did — so this does not overwrite your non-committed progress?
This is why I use videos, so you can slow me down later. Explain how I slow down a video later. Adam Gotway I dont think so, but the goal when doing a diff is to see the differences, not to run the code, so I dont see this as a real issue, do you?
Adam Gotway, that is a question for NI. Matthias Pause Adam Gotway: It definitely makes the tool less useful Fabiola De la Cueva: Fab — thanks for the links!
And I can ask questions at that time? Adam Gotway You can revert to a previous version and run your code from there if ytou need Chris Chiccone: Boyd Crow 2, no, you cannot, but you can post questions on the forums. Fab, you mention having one owner of each class file, and they are responsible for making changes to that file.
Developer 2 adds a vi and wants to commit it.Thanks. And the last step git pull origin master is srmvision.com fetch will sync the objects to local. git pull git reset origin/master git checkout You can of course use git fetch instead of git pull since it clearly isn't going to merge, but if you usually pull it makes sense to continue to pull here.
Here, a file is deleted on one branch and the same file is modified on another branch. In order to resolve this conflict the user has to decide whether to keep the modified version or delete the file from the working tree.
Release notes = Release = Released: == Changes == * Git (for Windows) or newer is now required == Features == * Fixed issue # Bisect skip missing on dialogs and in automation and bisect docs * Fixed issue # Add progress support for submodule clone * Fixed issue # With Detached Head, Push Dialog has Local Branch filled with HEAD or Commit Hash * Fixed .
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Let's cover setting it up, while including source control, using SQL Compare and the command line. Force Overwrite Existing Branch missing from TortoiseGit push dialogue. Ask Question. up vote 6 down vote favorite. I am used to amending a commit in TortoiseGit then checking the Force Overwrite Existing Branch (May discard changes) How do I force “git pull” to overwrite local files?
Delete commits from a branch in Git.