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Aug
5
comment Setting environment variable for just one command in Windows cmd.exe
@akozin see my answer below
Aug
5
answered Setting environment variable for just one command in Windows cmd.exe
Jul
15
awarded  Yearling
Jun
23
comment Trying to install and create new git repository for first time - I think disconnected work network drive is creating issue
@Lrrr Great! See here to see what the differences are between the old msysgit and the new "git for Windows": stackoverflow.com/a/26826359/6309
Jun
23
comment Trying to install and create new git repository for first time - I think disconnected work network drive is creating issue
@Lrrr Don't hesite to use the latest one: github.com/git-for-windows/git/releases
Jun
23
comment Trying to install and create new git repository for first time - I think disconnected work network drive is creating issue
@Lrrr .git/config isn't the same as ~/.gitconfig: the former is the local config to a repo, the latter is the global config. Are you using git for windows 2.4.4?
Jun
8
comment Trying to install and create new git repository for first time - I think disconnected work network drive is creating issue
@BrainSlugs83 Note that with the latest Git for Windows (2.4.x: github.com/git-for-windows/git/releases), this is done for you when running git-cmd.exe.
Apr
6
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
6
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
20
reviewed Edit how do I delete an Eclipse project when I've already deleted the folder and contents?
Nov
20
revised how do I delete an Eclipse project when I've already deleted the folder and contents?
Corrected path to .projects directory. Added note to reach the 6 char minimum edit (grrr!).
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
3
awarded  Custodian
Sep
3
reviewed Approve Why can't I push an empty commit?
Jul
15
awarded  Yearling
Jul
1
comment Why is there no “pathspec” when I try to remove a folder in Git?
@IleaCristian due to the distributed nature of Git, you don't clean a remote, only your own clone.
Jul
1
awarded  Good Answer
May
6
comment How to amend the last commit to un-add a file?
@JanHudec True, I have edited the answer accordingly. I didn't follow that old answer as closely as I do on Stack Overflow. 99% of git questions on SU should be migrated on SO anyway.
May
6
comment How to amend the last commit to un-add a file?
+1 Interesting alternative using the GUI.
May
6
revised How to amend the last commit to un-add a file?
add index