When I make a change in my project, and I try to commit + push the changes to develop branch it allows, doesn't show any error, but the changes do not take effect in the branch.
It stopped working overnight because it was fine.
What can I do?
How can I find where the commit and push are going?
The push is also successful, but the changes I made, committed and pushed aren't showing / taking effect in the develop branch.
I've tried using the terminal to do a push, this is what I get:
remote: Please make sure you have the correct access rights
remote: and the repository exists.
remote: Host key verification failed.
remote: fatal: Could not read from remote repository.
But the key to the host is correct when accessing it with putty, for example.
Ok, let's see if I can make myself more clear about the problem I'm having.
You can see that I made a small change in a file (bottom right size).
I then used the ST terminal console to try and push it, and I got that mistake, the one I posted before.
But if I use the ST buttons to commit and push, it doesn't show any error message, and the updates are pushed.
But the problem is that on the site itself that update doesn't show, so the push, despite not returning any error, isn't working properly, or is sending the files to some location I can't even find.
Hope I made myself understood.
I see. SourceTree behaves as though everything worked, even to the point of showing that origin/develop is pointing to the latest commit. But if you actually go to the remote repository, it does not have the latest commits.
How are you checking the commits on the remote? Is it Bitbucket/Github?
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