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Python Adding Changes to a Project on GitHub

Youssef Moustahib
Youssef Moustahib
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I keep getting this error message.. dear god..

Techdegree-test2 has been updated on https://github.com/youssefjohn/Techdegree-test2.git since you last synced. You can try syncing again or run git pull origin master && git push origin master from the command line.

This message appears when trying to upload from my desktop to github.com.

Please help!

Jennifer Nordell
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Jennifer Nordell
Treehouse Teacher

It sounds like your branch on GitHub has commits on it that your local copy does not have. They are a bit out of sync so it's not sure what to do. What happens when you issue the command it gives you on the command line?