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Hey, I Want To Take The Uncommited Changes From My Task And Apply Them Locally To My Local Branch. How Should I Approach This? I Tried Copying It To A

I want to take the uncommited changes from my task and apply them locally to my local branch.
How should I approach this?

I tried copying it to a diff file and apply it, but it doesn't work.
The function from the GH repo is quite complicated for a such a simple operation.

Any simple ideas?

Posted 2 years ago
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Just found this thread,
Will try to follow and see (although it looks the same like what I tried)

Posted 2 years ago

Ok, seems like the problem is solved.
These uncommited changes were already applied to the local branch, but the git apply error wasn't very informative.


Posted 2 years ago

The uncommitted changes are in git diff format - can't you simply take them and use them with the git command?

Posted 2 years ago

Still no good, managed to apply with errors only

Posted 2 years ago

Nope. It gives me errors.
Just like the guy that replied in the thread I linked in my previous reply here.

Posted 2 years ago

Adding the flags he added also didn't help

Posted 2 years ago
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