Helpful guidelines

How do you pull a source tree?

How do you pull a source tree?

To pull the file into your local repository, do the following:

  1. Open your repository in Sourcetree, and click the Pull button.
  2. Click OK from this box.
  3. Navigate to your repository folder on your local system and you’ll see the file you just added.

What is source tree used for?

Sourcetree is a free graphical user interface (GUI) desktop client that simplifies how you interact with Git repositories so that you can fully concentrate on coding. Say goodbye to the command line — this GUI makes it easy to visualize and manage your repositories.

What is pull request in Sourcetree?

Pull requests are a feature that makes it easier for developers to collaborate using Bitbucket. They provide a user-friendly web interface for discussing proposed changes before integrating them into the official project.

What is source tree setup?

Install and set up Sourcetree

  • Install Sourcetree. Step-by-step instructions for installation.
  • Connect your Bitbucket or Github account. If you want to add remote repositories, you need to connect to your hosting service.
  • Clone a remote repository.
  • Create a local repository.
  • Add an existing local repository.

How do I force pull in SourceTree?

Pull changes from a remote repository

  1. Click the Pull button in the toolbar.
  2. Select the remote repository to pull from.
  3. Select the remote branch to pull changes from.
  4. Click OK.

What is the difference between git fetch and git pull?

git fetch is the command that tells your local git to retrieve the latest meta-data info from the original (yet doesn’t do any file transferring. It’s more like just checking to see if there are any changes available). git pull on the other hand does that AND brings (copy) those changes from the remote repository.

What is the difference between pull and fetch in SourceTree?