Require approval from all owners before deleting repo
I have multiple owners in my public GitHub repo. From the docs it appears that any individual owner can go rogue and delete the entire repo from existence. I'd like to prevent that from happening.
Is there any way to set up Git permissions such that deleting the repo requires the approval of ALL owners? Or have I misread the docs and that's actually how it is already?
Making myself the sole owner is not a viable solution, as I want to prevent myself (or an unauthorized user of my account) from having this power, too.
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SourceTree failed to push some refs
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Git Or GitPython Check Is File Deleted
I am new at using git and also gitPython. I have a project. A part of my project I should check if any file is deleted with its created commit(first commit) sha key?
git log -1 -- file2.txt #not file, desired first sha key
commit f9e12411bc0eb2131f417fa0ffa4e31adab987ac (HEAD -> master) Author: yilmazedis <email@example.com> Date: Wed Jul 18 12:16:15 2018 +0300 deleted repo
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Git Merge: error: unable to unlink old <file>: No such file or directory
I'm pulling a branch into
masterin order to merge it.
Command I'm running is (while having
git pull origin feature/some_branch
Unfortunately it seems my colleagues have performed some (what I would think benign) file deletions on there, and now git spews out a
error: unable to unlink old 'somefile': No such file or directory.
I've tried to look online but most of the references for this error concern permissions, which is not the case here.
The file in question is not present on master before the merge, while is it in the new branch.
The problem is that
masterwasn't updated in a long time so there are way too many changes and files affected for me to start figuring the code out.
I just need
masterto contain all the changes that came from the new branch. We never commit anything to
masterdirectly, always through merges. I've also tried the
--forceparameter, without much success either... How can I update
masterwithout caring for such issues, and while keeping its history?
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Is there any way I can add a user, that is outside my organisation, permission to push to a single branch on GitHub? Ideally all done through GitHub's API.
Or is this possible on GitLab?
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branch_1) and another branch (say
branch_2) on top of
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masterso I want to rebase
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One reasonable explanation is network problem. I mean if there are some problems with some servers, but I'm not sure.