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[Problem] Windows 7 + TortoiseGit


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Hey,

today I installed Windows 7 Professional 64bit.

After installing mysysgit and Tortoisegit i get this error, when i try to pull the newest revision of MaNGOS with Tortoisegit:

git.exe pull -v "origin"

git: 'pull' is not a git-command. See 'git --help'.

Did you mean this?

pull

But Git Clone works perfectly... :confused:

Does anyone have an idea?

mysysgit: 1.6.4

Tortoisegit: 1.1.1.0

Greetings

Nihilus

/I solved the Problem, after i installed the right git program

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  • 2 weeks later...

I'm guessing you folks are still on the RC version of 7?...I'm using 7 full retail x64 with none of these problems anymore, I would suggest to update the windows to a RTM or full retail or bumping up to x64 a lot less problems and yest I have msysGit-fullinstall-1.6.4-preview20090729.exe installed and typing this in Firefox version 3.5.5 right now.

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  • 2 months later...

Hi, I'm using Win7x64 too, and i don't have any problem with git..

i use the 64bit builds from msysgit and tortoisesvn, and the both work properly.. i also installed tortoisegit, but it was a bit to messy for me, so i uninstallted it.

for mangos, i created a batch file in my git folder with does my updates, i use the full path to git and then just two commands

like this:

@echo off

D:\\Programme\\Git\\bin\\git.exe checkout -f

D:\\Programme\\Git\\bin\\git.exe pull origin master

D:\\Programme\\Git\\bin\\git.exe checkout -f

D:\\Programme\\Git\\bin\\git.exe pull origin master

pause

the doubled lines are just to be sure it worked ;)

thats all

hope it helps by your problems

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