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Hey there fellow redditors, i’ve been wondering if it is possible to automatically update my website with the changes I made when I commit them to a specific repository. Example:
Current page has title: “Hello”
I change it to “Welcome” locally and commit it to the repository. When I refresh the page, it now says “Welcome”.
Does anyone know if this is possible, and if so. How would I do exactly that?
Thanks in advance!
I’ve recently started to work with some API and found out there is only one repository on the github that already exists. Code in the repository was useful, but outdated so I had to edit it and add my own. Now the original code is about 30% from the combination of my and original code.
I think that my code will be useful for somebody who is trying to use API, hence I want to upload my code to the Github. I don’t want to make it an original project branch, since I’ve changed a lot of things and this is now my project mainly (original code was posted in 2018 and wasn’t updated since). On the other hand I want to give credit to the original creator of the repository.
So how should I properly upload my code to the Github and give credit to the original creator?
Some time ago I wrote Stargazer as simple exercise in Golang, a command line interface to fetch your GitHub statistics and pretty-print them. Since then it has received nice feedback and some users suggested to expand it by introducing new comman…
Hello all, what is the process for using downloaded gethub files? I’ve looked around for a while but have never found an answer, but is there some sort of compiling process? a point in the right direction would be appreciated if so. for example, this takes images and turns them into sound to be played back as a spectrogram. the python file is missing quotations. but that’s about it. I’ve never figured out how to use any of these I’ve tried. anyway, thanks all. https://github.com/alexadam/img-encode
This is github published page
This is actual index.html file
This is actual css file.
I have one version of a file at commit "#abc123" and the current version of the same file locally. I want to MERGE, NOT REVERT, the two versions for only this file. I read about some work arounds using "git cherry pick"…
I was trying to set up git for my unreal project and I realized it was too big for Github; I went to cancel my commit because I wanted to recommit with LFS but when I canceled my commit it deleted all of my files locally. It looks like they are all in my recycling bin but there are thousands of files and they all need to be in the right folders or else unreal will lose the references.
Is there some way I can undo this, I really don’t want to hunt through thousands of blueprints just to reassign all of the lost references?
PS – I’m using the GitHub Desktop application
I have a server at home with a large number of Linux virtual machines to which I needed remote access. All similar remote control programs I tried lagged in the process (banal scrolling in the browser). For this reason, a project was created that focus…
I’m unable to make a pull request with my proposed changed in the repository I want to do it, because I don’t have push access to it. so I forked this repository to upload my files into a pull request, but it’s useless, since the repository owner will not see it. I want to know if there’s some way of transfering the pull request I made from the forked repository to the actual repository. anyone know if that’s possible?
i.e. it creates a `1.2.3` tag on a commit with a `1.2.3` message. You can change the regex it uses and you can add a prefix to the tag it will create (e.g. `v`).
Or how I’m saving 2 seconds here and there after spending a few hours writing that.
I accidentally made some pull requests today and there was no warning you couldn’t remove them from the account.
I own the repo, its private, no one else has access to it. Why cant I delete pull requests? I am a paying user of github but this makes me want to switch away to a self-hosted solution or similar.
Github claims to be a champion of FOSS but a critical component of FOSS is the ability of a user to do what they like with their own data and Github doesn’t let you do that.
I dont want non-useful and reverted PRs in my repo history.
I read somewhere that it’s only when you push a "recent branch" but am unable to find what constitutes a recent branch. I’ve yet to see a clear and succinct answer regarding when this button will be displayed vs. hidden, even in …
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My name is Dave Boyne and I have spent the last few years writing inner source code and released a few open-source projects on GitHub.
I enjoy being part of the open-source community and it’s something that I’m very passionate about.
I have started my next new journey to help all engineers across the world!
The vision: A tool that transforms your GitHub projects into Landing pages automatically.
I believe landing pages for projects are a great way to express your thoughts and creativity.
But creating landing pages can be time-consuming.
Especially when you have so many other things to do. That’s why I wanted to create a tool that easily allows people to create landing pages with zero effort and offer the creativity a landing page can offer.
I have no idea if this is a thing people want, or will find useful, but it’s a tool that solves a problem for me, so hopefully others too?
Anyway, you can check more information out on my projects landing page 😅
I would love to hear your thoughts? Is it a good idea or any feedback you may have?
Thank you 👋
I have a feature branch (branch1) that was approved but not yet merged into to master (have to wait for deployment CI to be fixed). I want to get started on another branch (branch2) which needs branch1’s changes in it. Would it make more…
Hi ! I work for a nonprofit org, and I am researching ways in which to contact users on github who are working on public projects that do good things for the world. I am a github newbie, and the only way I have found to contact the project owners so f…
The biggest online marketplace in Austria has no public API and basically no good scrapers on Github, the reason for this is the incredibly poor infrastructure of it. There’s about a hundred sub-categories of products which each have different attribut…
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