If you have created a custom RightScript in the RightScale interface that uses git to clone a repository and you are running that RightScript on boot following the RightScale git_repo recipe then you likely are having issues. The problem appears to stem from the fact that the environment variables are not completely cleaned up as expected including $GIT_SSH and possibly others. I have a work around noted below along with a line you can enter in your RightScript to clear the $GIT_SSH ENV variable as well.
I received the following message when accessing my Git repo: git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:patelc75/gitrepo.git Initialized empty Git repository in /home/webuser/.ssh/gitrepo/.git/ Permission denied (publickey). fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly Then I did the following to debug Use SSH With Verbose Output To Debug: bash ssh -v email@example.com And found out the permissions of the ssh…
If you are using Git for version control then it is likely at some point you will have a project with multiple branches of code. The benefit of this is allowing various developers to work on different projects while providing an easier way to merge the code when the developers tasks are completed. One developer may be working strictly on big fixes that could need to be checked in daily while another developer may be working on a project that may take months to complete and git provides a system to merge these code branches together. Below is a quick reference for switching between Git code branches.
Deleting a remote branch from a GitHub account is easy though I have seen numerous ways listed and only one of them worked for me possibly because of syntax errors. Sometimes a temporary branch may be necessary because of adding a contractor to work on a project or possibly just to pause the current projects to get something pushed out quickly.
Use the syntax below to remove a branch from GitHub.com.
I recently started using Redmine for numerous projects and could not be happier with the application so far. Not only is it actively developed and already includes a ton of great features but it doesn’t seem bloated at all. Many of the projects I have configured for Redmine have their code base stored on Github so I needed to find a way to add code updates that referenced tickets to the tickets themselves. At first I was having a bit of trouble understanding exactly how this should be achieved but after digging around it ended up being pretty easy. You will need to configure local repos underneath your Redmine project that are updated fairly regularly and then after they are updated you will need to run a script that updates the any ticket that code has been associated with.