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Simply delete the gh-pages remote branch: $ git push origin :gh-pages


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Github Pricing Github's pricing model is based on the number of private repositories a user or organization has. Github users can host an unlimited amount of public repositories Github users can have an unlimited number of collaborators on a single repository regardless of whether it is private or public Hosting private repositories as an organization is ...


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There is no way to do this without the command line. GitHub does not have a way to promote gists into a repo. While the GitHub interface does allow you to edit files in your repository, they have to already be there via a git push from your local. Should they add the ability to add files via the web interface then you would be able to "promote" a gist into ...


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You should be able to just pull down the other repo and have it merge with yours. git pull {url-of-repo-with-commit-you-want-to-merge-in} This will fetch the repo mentioned and have it automatically fast forward merge in any commits you don't have into yours. So in your example, while on your master branch, or if you want to test it out on some other ...


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To answer to the question the feed is here. As a bonus note: Firefox removed the RSS button over a year ago because allegedly only 3% of users used it. You can still check if a page has an RSS by going Bookmarks → Subscribe to this page or by right clicking on the tool bar, selecting Customise and dragging the icon back to its rightful place.


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Well, gists are repositories in their own right - you can clone them, they have history. Can you just create a repository on github, clone your gist, add the github repository as a new remote, then push to it? It should now contain your gist contents including revision history. Pretty sure this would require the commandline or some other UI tool that lets ...


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GitHub does not provide any way to set custom password policies; all accounts are independent. (Implementing such support would require the passwords to be stored in a plaintext/decryptable form, which is even worse for security.) You could set up your own Git server – using Gitolite if you need detailed access control, but even pushing over plain ...


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The Revisionator is another online document system (like google docs) but with built-in revision control. It resembles more flexible tools like git in that it has support for diffing, branching, and 3-way merging (but with a web gui front end). IMHO, the Google docs revision history wouldn't be suitable for importing to a git project anyway. The problem is ...


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You didn't specify your exact circumstances so this answer may not be what you want, but if you are using Windows you can install Github for Windows, which allows you to do all the regular Git operations without the command line. You would need to first check out the repo to a folder, delete the file from the folder (i.e. in Windows Explorer), then commit ...


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Lars Kellog-Stedman created a great little python app called gitdriver which I found on this answer at StackOverflow. It does what you're looking for. It authenticates to Google with OAuth and pulls down all the revisions of a document, committing them to a git repository. With this, you could fetch a versioned copy of your Google Doc and then work with it ...


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mediawiki-core is mirrored on GitHub, so that should work for the first part of your question. More generally, I don't know of a service that will automatically show a network graph for any Git repository.


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Try editing your git config file, located in .git/config. You will have to change: https://github.com/mgeeky/disasm.git to: git@github.com:mgeeky/disasm.git then do: git add . and then: git commit -m "Initial commit." to add and commit changes you have made, you can then try to push changes to github. See "Pushing" section in ...


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You can delete a file using delete button but you cannot delete a folder via web-interface. Only way to delete a folder from GitHub.com is to delete every file inside it.


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Yes, this is quite possible but not necessarily in a way that will allow importing in to another product such as BitBucket. Where can you find this tool? On GitHub, ofcourse! It is called github-backup and the specifics of what gets back up and what doesn't are described here. Particularly of note though is that private repos aren't accessible through ...


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Not the way you're thinking of at least in GitHub. What you could try is have two separate repos with their own access list using Organizations and Teams. When you create teams in GitHub you can also restrict access to certain repositories per team. So you can set up the following: dev-repo - Only add and allow access to developers audit-repo - Only ...


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According to this Dropbox presentation (slide 12): The software does not use any third-party file sync or version control libraries. Dropbox wouldn't make for a very robust source control system for more than one user - it doesn't handle merging and lacks functions such as diff. You may want to have a look at using something like Git with Dropbox if ...


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This isn't an option on the Network graph. Or at least not currently. The Network graph also opens up centred with the branch that has been set as default by the repo/fork owner(s), not necessarily the "master" branch. (Don't change your default branches after viewing the graph because the cache will still open up on the last set default branch.) ...


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This functionality has now been added to the GitHub web interface.


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Did you git commit? Adding the files just puts them into git's "staging area", but does not yet commit them to the history. See add and commit on Gitref.


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Gollum ("A simple, Git-powered wiki with a sweet API and local frontend.") supports MathJax. From GitHub Chooses MathJax For Math Support: ... its new wiki system uses MathJax to provide math support. The new wiki is called Gollum Update: Github turned it off but you can activate MathJax support if you install Gollum on your server. Ikiwiki is another ...



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