ComputerDruid 8, 1 14 I decided to try it from the git bash yesterday, and I successfully created a new repo and committed files. Ah, the key part for me here was that if you drop and re-create a remote then the tracking that was set up by the original fetch has been lost. Additionally, you can have delivery status emailed to you!
This works, because when you receive an email including tracking, it will say 'Hi KA, here's the status of your package" and when it says "Hi momsbirthdaybook, here's the status of your package", then I know for sure it's the book I ordered for Mom, and not my summer dress, that I may be expecting to receive around the same time.
Estimated delivery dates are only estimated, and do not take into account such things as winter storms and holidays, both of which severely impact travel. Your package is being handled by dozens of actual people, hard at work in nasty weather or during a busy holiday , to get you your treasure. If you need a package delivered ASAP, ask your seller before you order if they can for sure will ship your order the next day, or if they offer an expedited method.
Best to put a note in your order, letting them know you would like a fast turnaround, if possible. Even best to plan ahead for your purchases! A Seller is protected by uploading tracking information, and for that reason, most do. However, if no tracking information has been uploaded but the order is marked as "Shipped", contact your seller through 'message for seller' and ask them to provide a tracking number for you.
If it doesn't show up in 30 days, open an 'item not received case'. You have 30 days to open a case, if your order is not received. There is no need to be hasty! Your purchase on eBay is covered under "Buyer Protection", and more information about that can be found here: We were all new at one time and all had to learn!
Join Stack Overflow to learn, share knowledge, and build your career. I've been using github from a relatively short period, and I've always used the client to perform commits and pulls.
I decided to try it from the git bash yesterday, and I successfully created a new repo and committed files. Today I did changes to the repository from another computer, I've committed the changes and now I'm back home and performed a git pull to update my local version and I get this:. I'm on windows and I've performed the pull from git bash:. Or you could set it up so that your local master branch tracks github master branch as an upstream:. This branch tracking is set up for you automatically when you clone a repository for the default branch only , but if you add a remote to an existing repository you have to set up the tracking yourself.
Thankfully, the advice given by git makes that pretty easy to remember how to do. If like me you need to do this all the time, you can set up an alias to do it automatically by adding the following to your. When you see the message There is no tracking information After all the work was finished and committed locally the fix was git push -u which created the remote branch, pushed all my work, and then the merge-request URL. I was trying the above examples and couldn't get them to sync with a non-master branch I had created on a different computer.
For background, I created this repository on computer A git v 1. I made all my changes on comp B, but when I tried to pull the changes onto computer A I was unable to do so, getting the same above error. Similar to the above solutions, I had to do:. ComputerDruid's answer is great but I don't think it's necessary to set upstream manually unless you want to.
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Your package is still within the UPS network and, unless otherwise noted, should be delivered on the scheduled delivery date. Shipment movement information is captured each time a tracking label is scanned in the UPS delivery system. There is no tracking information for the current branch. Please specify which branch you want to merge with. See git-pull(1) for details git pull If you wish to set tracking information for this branch you can do so with: git branch --set-upstream develop origin/. Tracking (delivery confirmation) can be purchased online so one doesn't need to go to the PO to get it. But not all sellers use tracking. Don't forget that weekends and holidays don't count when determining how long it's been since an item was shipped.