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    Default EGit not showing decorations for ahead/behind.

    I have two git projects in my workspace. One I set up by cloning an existing remote repo into a local repo. The other I set up by creating a local repo and then pushing it to the remote. Both remotes are on github.

    The first project shows the up/down arrow decoration when my local repo is ahead/behind the remote. The second one does not. I can't find any difference in their configurations.

    Any suggestions?
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    Default Re: EGit not showing decorations for ahead/behind.

    What does the regular git interface show?
    Either the command line or the gui?
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    Default Re: EGit not showing decorations for ahead/behind.

    Exactly what should I compare? I'm pretty new to git. The 'remote show origin' configurations look the same. (Both projects are currently committed and pushed.)

    Java Code:
    kevin@aphrodite:~/Projects/git/OrangeExtensions$ git remote show origin
    * remote origin
      Fetch URL: git@github.com:kjkrum/OrangeExtensions.git
      Push  URL: git@github.com:kjkrum/OrangeExtensions.git
      HEAD branch: master
      Remote branch:
        master tracked
      Local branch configured for 'git pull':
        master merges with remote master
      Local ref configured for 'git push':
        master pushes to master (up to date)
    kevin@aphrodite:~/Projects/git/OrangeExtensions$ cd ../DarkMatter/
    kevin@aphrodite:~/Projects/git/DarkMatter$ git remote show origin
    * remote origin
      Fetch URL: git@github.com:kjkrum/DarkMatter.git
      Push  URL: git@github.com:kjkrum/DarkMatter.git
      HEAD branch: master
      Remote branch:
        master tracked
      Local ref configured for 'git push':
        master pushes to master (up to date)
    Edit: Aha, the one that isn't working right doesn't have a pull configuration. I didn't notice that until the code highlighter highlighted some random words. I'll try changing that and update when I find out if it helped.
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