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Steps to replicate:
1. Open MonoDevelop
2. Create a new Single-View iPhone Application
3. Right click on the solution and select 'Version Control -> Publish'
4. In the connect to Repository window enter the URL of the git repository you wish to publish to in the URL field.
5. Click OK
MonoDevelop generates this error and the changes are not published:
NGit.Api.Errors.JGitInternalException: No changes
at NGit.Api.CommitCommand.CreateTemporaryIndex (NGit.ObjectId headId, NGit.Dircache.DirCache index) [0x00000] in <filename unknown>:0
at NGit.Api.CommitCommand.Call () [0x00000] in <filename unknown>:0
at MonoDevelop.VersionControl.Git.GitRepository.Commit (MonoDevelop.VersionControl.ChangeSet changeSet, IProgressMonitor monitor) [0x000ed] in /Users/builder/data/lanes/monodevelop-mac-188.8.131.52/ca00645c/source/monodevelop/main/src/addins/VersionControl/MonoDevelop.VersionControl.Git/MonoDevelop.VersionControl.Git/GitRepository.cs:583
at MonoDevelop.VersionControl.Git.GitRepository.Publish (System.String serverPath, FilePath localPath, MonoDevelop.Core.FilePath files, System.String message, IProgressMonitor monitor) [0x0008b] in /Users/builder/data/lanes/monodevelop-mac-184.108.40.206/ca00645c/source/monodevelop/main/src/addins/VersionControl/MonoDevelop.VersionControl.Git/MonoDevelop.VersionControl.Git/GitRepository.cs:345
at MonoDevelop.VersionControl.PublishWorker.Run () [0x00000] in /Users/builder/data/lanes/monodevelop-mac-220.127.116.11/ca00645c/source/monodevelop/main/src/addins/VersionControl/MonoDevelop.VersionControl/MonoDevelop.VersionControl/PublishCommand.cs:95
at MonoDevelop.VersionControl.Task.BackgroundWorker (System.Object state) [0x00000] in /Users/builder/data/lanes/monodevelop-mac-18.104.22.168/ca00645c/source/monodevelop/main/src/addins/VersionControl/MonoDevelop.VersionControl/MonoDevelop.VersionControl/Task.cs:49
Runtime: Mono 2.10.8 (tarball Mon Dec 19 17:43:18 EST 2011)
This feature appears to work for me. I create a new (empty) repository on www.github.com and then published a new project directly to the repository url.
I believe this error can be triggered by trying to publish a repository which is already under git version control. Can you verify that the project throwing this exception does not have a ".git" directory in the root of directory of the solution?
So. I can reproduce the bug and I discovered others in the process. Authentication doesn't work. Even when I've established an ssh connection to GitHub in the terminal, I still get prompted with a dialog, which never works, even if I entered the correct password. To answer your question, The project has a local git repository in it once I cancel the dialog. This issue seems to happen once I cancel creating a remote git repository and have the local git repository created.
Here's a link to the video of the bug. It's to big to upload here so I put it in my dropbox:
Okay, little mistake I made. I'm testing on 2.9.1. Big difference. I'll see if these bugs are present on 2.8.8 and 2.8.6. Sorry about that.
Okay so I tested publishing to a git repository on 2.8.6 and 2.8.8 RC2. I was unable to publish in both cases. I don't think this is a regression then. I even tried on a different machine with no luck. All the same errors happened.
There are two issues here. Firstly, the patch which I made to prevent users from 'publishing' a project which is already under version control was not included in the 2.8.8 build. I will backport that now.
Secondly, when a project is under local git version control such as what happened here, the correct procedure to push the code to a remote is something like:
1) Go to the 'Manage Branches and Remotes' dialog
2) Add the url for the remote repository there
3) Push your local branch to a remote branch in your repository
I think you are hitting bug #356 currently. I have prioritised that issue and will try to figure out why some private keys can't be loaded. You can work around the issue by using the https method to connect to github instead of ssh/scp.
I think you're right about hitting #356. I just tried adding a remote branch and pushing my changes to that branch and I was unable to authenticate. However, when I try connecting over https to a newly created remote repository I get a different error:
Version control operation failed: https://github.com/zanew-xamarin/VCTest: https://github.com/zanew-xamarin/VCTest/info/refs?service=git-receive-pack not found. https://github.com/zanew-xamarin/VCTest: https://github.com/zanew-xamarin/VCTest/info/refs?service=git-receive-pack not found
NGit.Errors.NoRemoteRepositoryException: https://github.com/zanew-xamarin/VCTest: https://github.com/zanew-xamarin/VCTest/info/refs?service=git-receive-pack not found
at NGit.Transport.TransportHttp.Connect (System.String service) [0x00158] in /Users/builder/data/lanes/monodevelop-mac-master/20173f3c/source/monodevelop/main/contrib/NGit/NGit.Transport/TransportHttp.cs:519
I believe the correct https url is of the form: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/alanmcgovern/delete_me.git
Are you missing the ".git" from your repository url? I just created a new github repo and pushed to it using the https url with no issues.
I think the authentication thing might have something to do with me because now I'm getting the same issue when I'm trying to connect via the terminal.
I have multiple git accounts and I think I'm just going to switch to my personal one just to avoid headaches.
Should this bug be closed or are there still issues which need to be fixed?
I think this has all been resolved now.