Please commit your changes or stash them before you merge. Running git stash pop or git stash apply is essentially a merge.Note that new repos have to be manually added to jenkins-bot's list.I forced the checkout to my new branch, and pulled master.Because there may be more than one Stash content, pop reads and restores from the nearest stash, managed by a stack.As above, we have just enjoyed a fast-forward merge, made possible by temporarily stashing then unstashing the uncommitted local changes.
Please commit your changes or stash them before you merge. In this scenario, when you have local changes in your system and you pull the latest contribution, you got this error.The resolution of this error message depends on what you want to do.Like git push, git fetch allows us to specify which local and remote branch we want to work on.Paste the Change-Id as the last line of the message and save it.Other people accessing the repo had to do the same.When you push your commit to the remote version of the repository, your change will be reflected in the codebase.
Please commit your changes or stash them before you merge. This will overwrite all the local changes done on your computer a duplicate copy of the version in the repository will appear.But sometimes you don't want to get rid of the local files.In this guide, we discuss what this error means and why it may be raised.
Please find that in your browser's help pages and follow the instructions.It is as if we pulled the upstream work in commit C , then did the local work embodied in commit D.If Jenkins has a -2 you generally can't merge the change.Rebasing is the process of moving or combining a sequence of commits to a new base commit.Stashing lets you keep track of the changes you have made to which you can refer in the future.Try setting the following config option: In my case, the problem was with the submodules.
When such kind of operation modifies the existing history, it is not allowed by the Git without an explicit --force parameter.In order to solve this, i forcefully checked out master branch and then renamed my onMusicUpdateListener.It will look something like this: You must resolve these conflicts ( future link ).In this case, you have gained nothing by using git stash in the first place, which explains my general lack of enthusiasm for git stash.Before you can push your code, Git forces you to think about which version of a file you want to keep: the local one, or the one in the remote version of the repository.
To solve this error, either commit your change to the repository, discard your change, or stash your change for later.The branch I was trying to checkout didn't have it, that's why git was complaining about untracked files and none of the other suggested solutions worked for me.But you have another problem with your.Whether you want to merge your local changes or keep the version present in the repository, it is best to keep everyone on board.Since there may be multiple stash contents, the stack is used to manage them.