After 2 weeks of sweat and tears, today I was ready to release a few changes I've made to one of my client's GITHUB repositories.
I cracked my fingers with a smile on my face, and typed:
git rebase main ... solved a bunch of conflicts git push -f
This repository is configured for Git LFS but 'git-lfs' was not found on your path. If you no longer wish to use Git LFS, remove this hook by deleting '.git/hooks/pre-push'. error: failed to push some refs to 'github.com:....git'
The typical reaction of a junior developer would be to do exactly what the error message says: delete the file.
But my parents told me long ago not to trust strangers (or random messages from the internet), and since this is a legacy project where several other developers work on a daily basis, I took a different approach.
The solution was pretty simple. On MacOS:
brew install git-lfs git lfs install git push -f
Thank me later! Bye ;)
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