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QtPass, git and windows #173

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VictorAtPL opened this issue Apr 23, 2016 · 5 comments
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QtPass, git and windows #173

VictorAtPL opened this issue Apr 23, 2016 · 5 comments

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@VictorAtPL
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@VictorAtPL VictorAtPL commented Apr 23, 2016

I cloned repository from remote server to desktop, added profile with certain path and when I try to "Update" it shows me for a second:

bash: pull: No such file or directory

Any thoughts?

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@annejan annejan commented Apr 23, 2016

Could it be that your "git executable" is not set in the Setup => Applications ?

Or, wait . . are you using bash on Windows?
That has not been tested at all, can you tell me more about your setup?

@VictorAtPL
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@VictorAtPL VictorAtPL commented Apr 24, 2016

Alright, so.

  1. on server I created git repo (git init --bare)
  2. on server I created user named git and added ssh key generated on windows
  3. on my windows I cloned git repository (and i tested it out that it works from git bash)
  4. at qtpass i added profile with path which git repository folder is
  5. i switched on use git and tried to "update"
  6. a black console windows appear for a while and show error listed in previous post

Have no idea in which way should I analyze this problem.

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@annejan annejan commented Apr 24, 2016

Hi,

I see that you have selected git-bash.exe as the git executable. I might have to make it more clear in the README

Git bash is the interactive Shell you use with bash. QtPass uses the non-interactive scriptable git.exe executable, which is probably in a bin subfolder.

Changing the git executable to git.exe should solve your issue.

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@annejan annejan commented Apr 25, 2016

Could you tell me if changing git-bash.exe to git.exe resolved this issue for you @VictorAtPL?

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@annejan annejan commented Oct 9, 2016

This has been fixed, is a non-issue and is in the https://github.com/IJHack/qtpass/blob/master/FAQ.md

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