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The Git Push button has a notification. What does it mean?

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Jan 27, 2018

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I recently tried to push a Git commit to a remote fork.

Even though I have made a push, there is a notification 'circle' on the Push icon.

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It's worth noting that the Push did not add any files to the remote repository.

If you have run into this issue, could you solve this issue? What does the notification mean?

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halfmut  wrote

The repository doesn't include the more recent commits. My sense is that the repository is three commits behind.

That is why you see the 3 as in

gitissue.jpg

The 'Nothing to commit...' message refers to the local copy.

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The Git Push button has a notification. What does it mean?

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I recently tried to push a Git commit to a remote fork.

Even though I have made a push, there is a notification 'circle' on the Push icon.

gitissue.jpg

It's worth noting that the Push did not add any files to the remote repository.

If you have run into this issue, could you solve this issue? What does the notification mean?

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Correct answer by BenPleysier | Adobe Community Professional

halfmut  wrote

The repository doesn't include the more recent commits. My sense is that the repository is three commits behind.

That is why you see the 3 as in

gitissue.jpg

The 'Nothing to commit...' message refers to the local copy.

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do you have any added files from your working space to be commited ?

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No, according to Dreamweaver there are no files left to be committed.

The line of text in the dialog box says, 'Nothing to commit, the working directory is clean.'

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Have you checked the remote to see if the files have been added to the repository?


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The repository doesn't include the more recent commits. My sense is that the repository is three commits behind.

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Would it matter if the remote repository that Dreamweaver is trying to update is a separate fork than the master?

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I am checking with the product team. Please stay tuned for a response. Send me a message if you don't hear from us in the next couple of days.

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Do you have local repository of site on your machine?

Also please make sure that you are checking the correct branch after making changes.

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halfmut  wrote

The repository doesn't include the more recent commits. My sense is that the repository is three commits behind.

That is why you see the 3 as in

gitissue.jpg

The 'Nothing to commit...' message refers to the local copy.


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There is a local repository on my machine but I did notice that there was a difference in the fork Dreamweaver was loading files from and the fork that I meant to Push towards. Once the pulldown menu was switched to the fork that the files were meant to commit to, the files were pushed there without any issue.

*slaps forehead*

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Yeah, this makes sense. After I made this post, I kept trying to make new commits and everytime a new commit was made the number incremented by 1.

So, the number above the Push button does refer to the number of commits made and are stored locally but have yet to be pushed to a remote repository.

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halfmut  wrote

So, the number above the Push button does refer to the number of commits made and are stored locally but have yet to be pushed to a remote repository.

Correct. Glad it's sorted!


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