How can I register a local git package in bower?  My current component.json is as follows  {   "name": "myproject",   "version": "1.0.0",   "dependencies": {     "jquery": "1.8.0",     "twit...
I've got a maven project, within which is JavaScript project cloned as a git sub-module. So the directory structure looks something like  mavenapp/src/main/javascript/[npm project files]  inside my package.json, the test looks like this : "te...
I am playing around with a MEAN javascript project. (mongoDB + angular + sails.js + node.js) As I am offline a lot of the time, I'd like to keep my dev environment, running in a docker container, on OS X laptop, using boot2docker.  The 'produ...
Trying to follow the 'Getting Started' for the GoodDataJS here: http://sdk.gooddata.com/gooddata-js/getting-started/   When trying to clone repo it fails with the error:  "Cloning into 'gooddata-js'... Permission denied (publickey...
Question: How can I run git push from node.js with passphrase.  I'm trying to build a small module where I need to run git push from node.js to a remote repo, but I'm getting an error when I with from node.js exec but not from the terminal....
For a Meteor project I want to make changes to a Meteor Core library file.   Is this possible and if so, how?  So far I've tried just copying the files into my project directory hoping that the respective Objects are just overwritten from the ori...
I'm trying to write a git post-commit file in node.js and I'm having trouble.  The file seems to have to be named post-commit in the .git/hooks directory. Since that file can't have an extension, my vim editor won't persistently give...
I am a noobie with all this Github forking-pull-request lifecycle. What I want to do is fork a repository, make some changes and try them on a project before  submitting a pull request.  I already forked the repo and modified it but I am not able to...
I'd like to keep JavaScript (.js) files under git control.  However, if a TypeScript (.ts) file exists, I'd like to ignore the associated .js file.  Is there a way to achieve this with git?  EDIT: Preferably without changing directories and r...

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