What do do when the "commit to git, then upload" fails to upload?

I just committed to git with the normal option of "then upload to server".  but this time the connection timed out and all the changes were committed.

Does anyone have any tricks that they use in this situation to avoid having to do what i think is the only option of opening each file one by one and uploading them individually?

It was a rather big commit, so not looking forward to that.

Thanks

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Hello Michael,

No solution yet... :(

Uploading from git Log view (http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/WI-421) would be helpful in your case, and I see you've already voted for it.

Regards,
Kirill

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Hi Kirill,

Yep, voted for that one a while back becaues it would be useful.  but today i ran into the actual situation where i needed it.  Not fun.  So I asked in hopes that others had any tricks/tips until the feature comes around.

There are a few features that im hoping get into 3.0.  Parts of PhpStorm absolutely blow the competition out of the water, but there are still a few areas where its lagging behind eclipse from 2 years ago.

Still couldn't go back though.

Thanks for the reply.

Michael

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Hi Michael,

I see, we will do our best to satisfy your needs within PhpStorm 3.0. Thanks for loyalty and patience.

Regards,
Kirill

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Im waitin :) .  Check for new EAP's every day to see if  this one appears http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/WI-553  because once "Recursive file compare" is working, then the issue you linked to about uploading from GIT panel, becomes much less important.

All it would take is a sync to see which files are different.  (which would be the ones that were just committed to git in my case.)

Anyhow, you had me as a loyal customer the moment i saw just how awesome the error checking is.  Great product, thanks for building it.

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