Does "git fetch --tags" include "git fetch"?
Question A nice and simple question - is the function of "git fetch" a strict sub-set of git fetch --tags? I.e. if I run git fetch --tags, is there ever a reason to immediately run git fetch straight afterward? What about git pull and git pull --tags? Same situation? Answer Note: starting with git 1.9/2.0 (Q1 2014), git fetch --tags fetches tags in addition to what are fetched by the same command line without the option.…
How to "pull" from a local branch into another one?
Question This sounds so simple, but I just can't figure it out. I made an experimental branch a while ago, and now I'd like to pull in all the changes that happened on master since I made it. This is all local. I want to pull from local master into local my_branch, but I can't do it. This doesn't seem to work, telling me that master isn't a git repository:…
how to sort pandas dataframe from one column
Question I have a data frame like this: print(df) 0 1 2 0 354.7 April 4.0 1 55.4 August 8.0 2 176.5 December 12.0 3 95.5 February 2.0 4 85.6 January 1.0 5 152 July 7.0 6 238.7 June 6.0 7 104.8 March 3.0 8 283.5 May 5.0 9 278.8 November 11.0 10 249.6 October 10.0 11 212.7 September 9.0 As you can see, months are not in calendar order. So I created a second column to get the month number corresponding to each month (1-12).…
Can "git pull --all" update all my local branches?
Question I often have at least 3 remote branches: master, staging and production. I have 3 local branches that track those remote branches. Updating all my local branches is tedious: git fetch --all git rebase origin/master git checkout staging git rebase origin/staging git checkout production git rebase origin/production I'd love to be able to just do a "git pull -all", but I haven't been able to get it to work. It seems to do a "…
Using Git, show all commits that are in one branch, but not the other(s)
Question I have an old branch, which I would like to delete. However, before doing so, I want to check that all commits made to this branch were at some point merged into some other branch. Thus, I'd like to see all commits made to my current branch which have not been applied to any other branch [or, if this is not possible without some scripting, how does one see all commits in one branch which have not been applied to another given branch?…
Get changes from master into branch in Git
Question In my repository I have a branch called aq which I'm working on. I then committed new work and bugs in master. What is the best way to get those commits into the aq branch? Create another new branch out of master and merge it with aq? Answer Check out the aq branch, and rebase from master. git checkout aq git rebase master
How do I alias commands in git?
Question I saw a screencast where someone had gotten git st git ci to work. When I do it I get an error asking me if I meant something else. Being a git newb, I need to know what you have to do to get this done? Answer Basically you just need to add lines to ~/.gitconfig [alias] st = status ci = commit -v Or you can use the git config alias command:…