Changes already added to the index, as well as new files, will be kept.With Git Lab, you get a complete CI/CD toolchain out-of-the-box. Special thanks to David who had to do the 'hard work'. S Follow me on Twitter @christosmatskas for more up-to-date news, articles and tips.This tutorial covers how to set up a Central Repo as a remote to your local repo in order to update your local fork with updates.Git cannot decide which edit was first and which was last, and therefore which edit should be in the most current copy. We want to directly update our local repo with any changes made in the central repo prior to starting our next edits or additions.To do this we need to set up the central repository as an upstream remote for our repo. Navigate to the central repository in Git Hub NEONScience/DI-NEON-participants.You are responsible to merge those conflicts manually by editing the files shown by git.
It provides everything required to bootstrap a development environment, even if no git is available (or a unstable one is being worked on).But you do want to update your local repository with any changes other's may have added to the central repository. We will do this by directly pulling the updates from the central repo to our local repo by setting up the local repo as a "remote".