git: how to turn a clone into a new branch? [duplicate]
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I've cloned master from my repository and have been making a bunch of edits and local commits. I've now realised this should be a new branch in my remote repository. Normally I'd just push to the remote system, how do I push as a new branch to the remote repos?
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I have been development using git after I clone from a remote repository. I have created a local branch for my own development work. But now I need to create a new git project from my work with a diff
I have develop git branch for my work, I created a new branch called feature1 and made commit 1,2,3, and 4. I need to move commit 3,4 from feature1 branch to a new created branch feature2. The commi
I try to implement a pre-receive hook in GIT to prevent large size file and specified extension files (*.jar, *.zip). pre-receive hook executes once for the receive operation. It takes no arguments,
I have several old branches that have been merged to the master branch. I want to start fresh, i.e, I want to delete all the previous branches except the master branch. The master branch will be the
Is it possible to clone a project into a new branch ? I have already cloned the main repo and would like to clone another repo that is a fork of it into a branch. I want to be able to keep comparing t
I'm having trouble understanding what I did wrong when pushing to a remote branch. Here is what I did: I created a remote tracking branch locally named CP_Server_Release using the SourceTree GUI tool.
This question already has an answer here: How to delete a Git branch both locally and remotely? 16 answers Help me to delete git remote branch. I work with netbeans and I tried to delete remote
I've recently dived into Git and maybe I'm over complicating this but I'm trying to figure out the best workflow for the following: I have created a 'backbone' or 'base' of sorts for themes similar to
After git clone, the config in the new repo looks like: remote.origin.url=<some url> remote.origin.fetch=+refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/* branch.master.remote=origin branch.master.merge=refs/
I'm new to git, I'm interested in keeping update a directory in a git repository, I'm cloning the repository and running filter-branch on it: git clone http://url.git cd repository git filter-branch -
How to clone a repo (with libgit2) I want to do exactly what git clone does but with libgit2. What I may be asking is what git clone really does in depth. This is what I'm doing so far: Initialize a
So let's say I have a main branch, we'll call 'master'. I've made a branch, called 'new-feature'. I've made a ton of commits in this branch so I can go back in time, but I've done quite a bit of back
I have git repo of an iOS project on github and want to duplicate it and make a new project based off it? How can I do that? Branch then ??? I don't just want to branch I want an entirely new project
I just deleted the wrong branch with some experimental changes I need with git branch -D branchName. How do I recover the branch?
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Reading the docs, it looks like this command should give me a branch named cart pointing at the HEAD of upstream master: git checkout -b cart upstream/master However even though I had just done a pull
I've somehow got some duplicate commits in a branch, each with the same changes. It's a public branch, merged from several branches by several users. I need to periodically rebase this branch onto the
I'm trying to clone a new SVN repository with little more than trunk/branches/tags in it, but it fails with relatively little information: git svn clone --stdlayout https://mydomain.com/svn/myrepo Ini
I would like to clone a branch, make a change and push into the same branch. I'm doing this: mkdir myfolder cd myfolder git init git clone myurl -b mybranch git remote add origin myurl edit myf
I noticed the following branch merged to master branch. I have a DEV and Master stream. This branch was merged to DEV but some how also found in master when I review master by issuing git log origin/m
From here, http://cheat.errtheblog.com/s/git, I think I can recreate a branch in my local repository by $ git branch mytestbranch <then I can may changes as my experimental> My question is how
I checked out a new branch from our repo. Everything is working fine for our develop branch. But on the new branch 'push' isn't doing anything. Everything looks normal - there are 2 commits to push. -
git-svn dcommit is trying to push to the wrong SVN branch. Here's what I did: git checkout -b branch_a svn/branch_a # git-svn clone prepended all remote SVN branches with svn/ git svn branch -m a mes
I have a code which I track with git + Github. Currently I have a master and a test branch: $ git branch * master test-branch What I want to do is to clone the state of test-branch into a new test-br
I have the repository on github. It contains master and one branch. When I clone, I obtain only master and do not see my branch. Why is it so? How can I see all branches in the repository? Thanks.
I am new to Git.I want to clone my remote github repository (git://github.com/eltejaee/BIC2.git) with python script.I know that dulwich and gitpython are suitable but I couldn't clone or pull with
Is there some way to upgrade Laravel 4 beta framework's base (or skeleton) without using git clone?
please check this git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:webcomm/magento-boilerplate.git defaut . I trying on my folder default but it not work, it give me the following error: git clone email@example.com:webcomm/mag
I did: git p4 clone //depot/path/to/project/trunk/@all project to create the master branch of project. Now I want to clone //depot/path/to/project/release to the release branch of project. How is tha
From man git-clone: <directory> The name of a new directory to clone into. The humanish part of the source repository is used if no directory is explicitly given (repo for /path/to/repo.git a
Similar to this question, how can I make an existing Git branch track a remote SVN branch? I often find that I start work in a local branch that I then need to push to an SVN server. Is this possible?
I'm writing a task to deploy my application to the server. However, I'd like for this task to run only if my current git branch is the master branch. How can I get the current git branch? gradle-git a
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I had a local topic branch based off a remote branch on the git repo: 1 - 2 - 4 - 5 - 9 - 11 master \ 3 - 6 - 8 - 12 remote branch \ 7 - 10 my topic The remote branch was recently rebased off master:
I'm new to git, using svn for many years. I created my master and then from inside the master directory created a branch: git branch Dev git checkout Dev But the branch doesnt have any files associ
I am trying to pull from a repository in Github. But I don't want to clone the master branch. I want to clone some other branch. When I try git clone <url>, I get the files from master branch. W
I have created a branch in my GitHub repo: https://github.com/markmnl/FalconUDP, so there are now two branches: master and single-threaded. I realise now I will never want to merge single-threade
I have a GIT clone of an SVN repository. Based on the CAVEATS section of the git-svn documentation, it appears I cannot clone this git repository again: For the sake of simplicity and interoperating
I switch to a branch (branch1) in git and I did multiple commits there in that branch. And now I switch to another branch (branch2), how can I merge 1 (the latest in branch1) to this new branch (branc
I am trying to checkout a remote branch: Somebody pushed a branch called test with git push origin test to a shared repository. I can see the branch with git branch -r. But how can I get this branch?
After making a few changes to branch master I decided to work from a new branch. I did git checkout -b new_branch_name and a new branch was created and checked out. git status showed the changes I had
Various scripts often contain git clone ..., and running them again and again makes Git clone again and again. How to configure Git to override URL to local one if I already have this repository (in
how do I fetch a remote branch and update git's local ref for that branch without effecting the current branch? For example if I do this $ git pull origin master origin/master is merged into my curre
I am trying to clone a repo from an SSH remote like this: git clone ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/var/www/git/www This works OK but using this command I am actually cloning the master branch of
I am working with my team on a project on bitbucket with git. I first clone the repo. => git clone I want to add a new file. => git add I commit my new file => git commit If I do a git statu
I started some work on a new feature and after coding for a bit, I decided this feature should be on its own branch. How do I move the existing uncommitted changes to a new branch and reset my curren
I am attempting to convert a svn repository to git. The layout of the svn repo has the branch/tag/trunk. When I do the conversion to git (git svn clone) I have the exact same layout. I get the branch,
This question already has an answer here: Find the parent branch of a branch 4 answers I noticed when I'm on a branch (we'll call it feat-123) that's only a couple commits in, git log shows the