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Git pull remote changes

In Designer, Pull remote changes updates your working directory with the latest changes from your remote repository for a specific branch. Pull remote changes lets you ensure that your copy of the remote branch is up-to-date with any changes made by other users.


It is good Git practice to ensure your branch is up-to-date with the latest changes before making any changes to your branch, committing, and merging. To do this, use the Pull remote changes action.

How to pull remote changes

  1. Click Git.
  2. Click Pull remote changes.
  3. If no conflicts are detected, you will receive a confirmation message that your branch has been updated.
  4. If conflicts are detected between your working directory and the remote branch, you will be presented with the list of pipelines that contain conflicts. For each listed pipeline, choose which version you want to keep:
    • OURS: The version of the pipeline in your working directory.
    • THEIRS: The version of the pipeline in the remote branch.
  5. Once you have selected the versions you want to keep for each conflicted pipeline, click Pull. Or, if you wish to cancel, click Cancel.