git push NOT current branch to remote
Is there a way in git bare repository to push a branch that is not in HEAD right now?
For example i have two branches:
$ git branch
And i have two remotes set:
I need to be able push from
another/another just in one command without changing HEAD.
i'm trying to push local changes: git push all all means repo on github and remote server - in my .git/config: [remote all] url = email@example.com:...myrepo.git url = ssh://usrname@servername/myrep
I have a bash script that does the following: Clones a repo; Modifies some files; Commits the changes; Pushes the commits to repo's default branch. Now, if I clone a repo with git clone <repo>
When I run git push, my local branch some_branch is pushed to a remote branch some_remote\some_branch. When I run git remote show some_remote I get: Local refs configured for 'git push': [cut] some_
While I was working on my Git repository clone, the remote content changed: $ hg push ... abort: refs/heads/master changed on the server, please pull and merge before pushing Instead of merging, I wa
What I'm interested in is seeing which branch master is configured to push to and pull from? I'm using git version 1.9.3 Currently the only solution I have found is git remote show [remote]. Which if
Folks, I had cloned a repo. I created a branch out of it to work on a feature by issuing the following command: git branch fix78 then I worked on that branch by git checkout fix78 I continued to make
Hey guys how would I checkout a specific branch from another remote address? Thanks
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?
Here's the scenario. I have a series of commits in branch my_new_branch I want to push this branch up to the remote repo as a different name and track it. If I do: git push origin my_new_branch:differ
I have a bare repo that was cloned from git.drupal.org. I have cloned from this bare repo to various different websites. From each of these, I push a site-specific branch onto the bare repo. E.g. if
My local git repo needs to pull from one server. It then needs to push a specific branch to a review repo with a different branch name on a different server. Something like: Pull everything from PullO
I am trying to maintain a bare copy of a Git repository and having some issues keeping the remote tracking branches up to date. I create the remote tracking branches like this: git branch -t 0.1 origi
So I created a branch on one machine slide-security-fix pushed it to the remote, then I switched to another machine, cloned created branch and made some changes, however this branch on my local mach
The usual command is: git checkout origin/branch_i_want -b branch_i_want Git responds with: Branch branch_i_want setup to track remote branch branch_i_want from origin. This is fine. My question is
There is a remote branch called my-remote that I had previously pushed to with no problem. As of today, I can't push and I get different errors. First error I got was: hint: Updates were rejected b
I am getting some issue while deleting remote branch (using git). I have issued following command: git push origin :newpdo remote: Fatal: +refs/heads/newpdo myusername DENIED by fallthru <br> re
Quite often, Git and Rails looks like magic... such as in the first chapter of Rails 3 Tutorial book, it talks about Git: git remote add origin firstname.lastname@example.org:peter/first_app.git git push origin maste
I have two directories on my local machine pointing to the same remote git repository. When I issue the command git branch -r in one of the directories I get a longer list of remote branches then in t
How can I restore an Orphan remote branch that was deleted remotely & no has it anymore?
Yesterday, I posted a question on how to clone a Git repository from one of my machines to another, How can I 'git clone' from another machine?. I am now able to successfully clone a Git repository fr
I've taken the following steps so far: Cloned a remote Git repo Branched the master branch to an experimental edited/tested/committed code in the experimental branch Now, I'm not ready to merge expe
I just need to delete a master branch and is proving to be hard. I just want to clean that branch out and start new. I am deteting from dev branch. I want master on git hub to be clean. # git push or
We're just moving to git at my work. We have a reasonably large project with some fairly large resources under version control (~500MB). Today we tried to push a branch to a remote server and were sur
Let's say I make a branch off master and make some commits to my branch, commit1, commit2. In the meantime, two other people merge two pull requests to master, hence my branch would be 2 commits behin
Possible Duplicates: How do I push amended commit to the remote git repo? Undoing a git push Hi, I've deleted some commits from my master branch by using git reset --hard SHA_VALUE I have, however
I tried creating remote branch devel using: git push origin origin:refs/heads/devel But it fails with: error: src refspec devel does not match any. error: failed to push some refs to 'git@***.com:**
I have a local working copy repo and a remote repo on my flash drive. I've pushed to the flashdrive before but i can't seem to do it again. here i went into my remote repo on my flashdrive to see whic
i have really annoying problem, i deleted my former acount on heroku with all the apps, then i created a new one , i wanted to add remote branch to git and then the problems started. git remote -v her
I have Jenkins job that calls Python script in it's configuration. Script creates few files and executes git add path/to/new/files, git commit -m foobar and then git push -u origin my_branch. If I c
How do I push changes from a local git branch to an existing non-master remote branch? If I do a git push, it tries to push changes in all local branches to the remotes they are tracking.
Possible Duplicate: Error when “git push” to github I tried to push my new branch (let's just call it new_branch) to remote rep. There is no such branch there yet, but git push origin new_branch:new
I am out of ideas and need some please. I am trying to push changes form my local computer to the remote server where the project is used. I am sort of using this guide: http://ryanflorence.com/deploy
Is it possible to automatically encrypt files via 'git push' before transferring to a remote repository? And automatically decode them while 'git pull'. I.e, if I have some remote server with shared a
I am on a master branch 'master' and I have 1 commit ahead I want to create a new remote branch called 'new_remote' and push my commit there? $ git branch * master $ git remote old_remote $ git status
I am wanting to bring a newly added remote branch into my local repository without interfering with my local branches. Is this possible? When I do: git branch -a The new remote branch doesn't appear
I'm quite new to git. I'm creating a branch and then want to push it to origin. I think that simple issuing git push while standing on my branch should be sufficient. Is it possible to do that (by spe
I'm trying to alias a push command so I don't have to type my branch name all the time, and I'm stalled at this step: Git push new local branch to remote, without having to specify name This command i
Can someone explain a tracking branch as it applies to git? Here's the definition from git-scm.com: A 'tracking branch' in Git is a local branch that is connected to a remote branch. When you push
I have a branch called develop in my local repo, and I want to make sure that when I push it to origin it's merged with the origin/master. Currently, when I push it's added to a remote develop branch.
This question already has an answer here: Merge, update, and pull Git branches without using checkouts 8 answers My remote git repo has two branches 'master' (for the next release) and 'maint'
Despite finding minimal consistent documentation on this topic, it is my understanding that when you push a git commit from a local repository to a remote repository on a server (my remote repository
I created a local branch which I want to 'push' upstream. There is a similar question here on Stack Overflow on how to track a newly created remote branch. However, my workflow is slightly different.
In another question it was recommend that I try resetting a remote tracking branch to an earlier commit and performing an import a second time. I can't figure out how to do that! I can reset master, b
I'm working on the trunk of a project locally and need to checkout a remote branch. My working copy is fully up-to-date, and i run git checkout -b RC1 origin/RC1 After that I run git status And it t
Does anybody know the difference between these two commands to clone and track a remote branch? git checkout -b branch origin/branch git checkout --track origin/branch I think both keep track of the
I have a bare and a test repository on the server, and my local repository that was cloned from bare. i also have a remote/origin/fix branch tracked by my local fix branch. I made some changes locally
I work in develop branch. Sometimes, when I want to push changes to origin, git say, that there are some changes in origin/master branch. How to pull changes from remote master to local master without
I'm pruning some branches off of a git remote. How can I find out who created a branch on a remote git repository? Maybe there is something similar to git branch -r --show-user?
I make a mistake to push a tag name v2.3, I already have the branch name v2.3. When I try to remove the branch v2.3: git push origin :v2.3 It said, qty:ibt-common qrtt1$ git push origin :v2.3 :v2.3_
All the remote branches are visible as remotes in my local git repository after a git fetch. How to selectively remove the remote branches in my local repository(not in the remote repository).