Subject: Re: [boost] [chrono] mac thread_clock support
From: Gavin Lambert (gavinl_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-12-15 18:23:30
On 14/12/2013 09:51, Quoth Vicente J. Botet Escriba:
> Le 13/12/13 09:16, Gavin Lambert a écrit :
>> By default, pull and merge in git will auto-commit if they don't see
>> any conflicts. You can tell them not to by using --no-commit.
> I don't see the file changes in
The auto-commit is to your own local repository, not the origin remote.
You have to push the commits upstream to make them public.
The way that status/diff/log/commit etc work in git is a bit different
than in SVN, partly due to philosophical differences and partly out of
necessity as a distributed VCS. You should probably read some tutorials.
Also you might want to consider using a GUI front-end (eg. TortoiseGit,
on Windows) -- while this does hide some of the plumbing (which you
sometimes need to know) it's often an easier way to get used to the
behaviour and to visualise changes.
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