•2 years ago
How do I commit to a different GitHub repo after forking one of repls? I forked one of my repls because I'll just edit a lot of the code, but I don't
Coder100 Try doing shell commands. Hit ctrl + shift + s read -p "url: " url read -p "commit: " commit git remote add origin "$url.git" git add . git commit -m "$commit" git push -u origin master `2 years ago
RYANTADIPARTHI I think on the side of your repl, there is a committing button. click that to connect to a git repo.2 years ago
InvisibleOne In GitHub or Replit?2 years ago
I'm having an issue where my commits to GitHub (using repl.it) aren't uploading. It only says "5 commits ahead of master" and not how to fix it. So...
Coder100 That's strange, try forking the repl to reset the commits. One thing you can also do (if you know the bash command) is to push manually: (Hit ctrl+shift+s) git ... `3 years ago
MocaCDeveloper Just fork the repl. That should fix it3 years ago
MocaCDeveloper Uhm ye that's a bug with the feature. Happens to me all the time and I do everything humanly possible to push via repl..it just doesn't work Report it to bugs3 years ago
I've commited to my GitHub repo but my repl just says "6 commits behind". How do I update it?
Coder100 You should have pulled first so you could sync the branches. Press the pull button now.3 years ago
RYANTADIPARTHI Use the pull button3 years ago
DynamicSquid There should be a button "pull"3 years ago
I'm very interested in participating in the programming language jam but I'm not sure how to register. I read through the page and couldn't find a thi
octopyBot this might help: https://blog.repl.it/langjam_signup >if you found this helpful, mark it as the correct answer.3 years ago