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Fix git fatal: remote origin already exists error on push

December 1, 2022 ·  2 min read

This article discusses how to resolve the issue git fatal: remote origin already exists error during the push or add commands. Fix git fatal: remote origin already exists error on push You must run the ‘git init’ command to enable git for any application or folder/directory. Once git initialized, we must either create a new repository or clone an existing repository to map this to the existing directory. if this directory created in the nested folder of any git repository, the git command throws git fatal: remote origin already exists error....

Frequently used Top 10 SVN Command examples

December 1, 2022 ·  3 min read

SVN commands are used by most developers when there is project development involves multiple locations by different teams. I am listing down some of the frequently used commands. How to find the SVN version? E:\techrocksz>svn --version svn, version 1.6.12 (r955767) compiled Jun 21 2010, 16:00:59 Copyright (C) 2000-2009 CollabNet. It displays the current svn client version. How to find different commands available in the SVN tool? E:\techrocksz>svn help usage: svn [options] [args] Subversion command-line client, version 1....

How to delete a branch in git using tortoiseGit

December 1, 2022 ·  2 min read

Creating and deleting branches in git repositories are common operations used by developers every day. We can do this either in the Command line with the git command in the terminal or using the Git client tool. Git Client tools are useful for developers How to delete branches locally and remotely in the TorotiseGit tool Let’s see how to delete a local and remote branch in the github repository. Following are steps...

How to fix git error:src refspec origin does not match any

December 1, 2022 ·  4 min read

This post talks about how to fix a git error. error: src refspec master does not match any error: failed to push some refs to ‘url.git’. Possible causes for this error for the below use cases Create and commit changes to the remote repository Push the existing repository from the command line Here are the steps and commands for creating and cloning and committing the repository git init git add README....

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