git remote branch monitoring
I am working with a remote git repo that does NOT support email notification upon commit. I am wondering if anyone know any means/tools to monitor and track the commit on one or more branches?
I have a local repository that I want to mirror to the remote 'websrv'. This used to work fine until I deleted a local branch. Now when I do git push --mirror websrv I get remote: error: By default,
Is it possible to reset branch that is not currently checked out? I want to create a cron script that will perform git svn fetch and then update all local branches tracking svn remote branches with ne
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.
I have been using git and git-svn for a while now but we have moved out svn repository server to another location. So what i am wondering is what to I need to do for git to look at the new remote path
I'd like a command that emits the name of the tracked branch for the branch I'm on. Something like: $ git checkout --track -b topic origin/master Branch topic set up to track remote branch master from
I could use a hand with learning how to push a local branch to a remote branch. Please see below. Help much appreciated! The local branch was created after cloning the repo then doing $ git checkout -
I am new to git. I have an issue where I get this message when I checked out a local branch: Your branch and 'origin/master' have diverged, and have 5 and 4 different commits each, respectively. (use
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
Is there any way to modify central repository's configuration to disallow any remote pushing to master branch (using git)? It would only be updated via branch merging by a release owner. It is possib
I have a local repository cloned from a remote one. When I do: git branch -a I get: * add-real-testcases couchdb_1.1.0 master remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/master remotes/origin/couchdb_1.1.0 Now
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 have a master and development branch . I did some commits to the development branch and did a push to the remote repository as shown git checkout development git rm AbstractContent.java git push -u
I have the following setting in my gitconfig: git config --global push.default current I set my upstream branch using: git branch --set-upstream staging spci/master But now I still have to do: git p
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.
I'm trying to delete a remote git branch, however the process isn't fully deleting the branch as I'd expect. Let's say for example I'm deleting a branch called mybranch. To do this, I run the follow
There is somthing I don't get yet with git. It is branch. So let say that I have a local repository A which I clone from a remote one B. So now A have the master branch checked out. So when I push fro
Problem: When my co-worker tries to push a new local branch to the repository, a new remote branch is not created. Instead, the commit from the local branch is pushed directly to the master branch. Ex
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
I want to create a local and a remote branch named test from the develop branch on origin. However, even though my current local branch is tracking origin/develop when I checkout the new branch it tak
Such as, I have deleted the patch-1 branch in github.com, and run git fetch origin to update local repo to track the remote, but the command git branch -a still show I local repo tracking remotes/orig
I fetch a remote branch via git fetch origin name-of-branch:refs/remotes/name-of-branch. I use git checkout name-of-branch I am put in a detached head state. I can get to a named branch now by using g
Imagine, I have several branches: master, a, b, c ... Now I'm in master branch and git pull. This fetches all changes from remote server into origin/master, origin/a, origin/b ... branches and merge
How do I delete a remote master branch from GitHub/Bitbucket? I'm trying: # git push bb --delete master remote: bb/acl: user is allowed. accepted payload.[K remote: error: refusing to delete the curre
I've a master branch with a .gitignore file with directory X listed in it. (X is not being tracked). When I try to add a branch tracking a remote using the command git checkout -b mybranch origin/mybr
As far as I understand these two commands can remove remote-tracking branches. Is there any difference between them? git remote prune <branch_name> git branch -d -r <branch_name>
The command to remove a remote branch in git is the following git push origin :/heads/[feature-name] [feature-name] being the name of the branch This does the job perfectly, true that. However by typ
I have two branches: local branch (the one which I work with) remote branch (public, only well-tested commits go there) Recently I seriously messed up my local branch (guess every git-newbie has bee
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
My situation is thus: I do work on two different machines, both of which track a repository (origin) cloned from another source (git.domain_name). One one machine, my_machine1, I've created a branch t
I have forgot to create local branch and was working with remote. After making some changes, i by mistake using Eclipse Git plugin commit this branch in nowhere(obliviously there wasn't local branch).
I know this isn't strictly a programming question, but it is related to git. I accidentally have created a branch in git called --track (I got the order of options wrong when merging a remote branch)
I have a large intellij project that has 12 git roots and have it set for synchronous repository/git root management. I can easily create a new local branch on all the repos, but I can't figure out
I'm trying to update the 3-2-stable branch on my fork of the Ruby on Rails project. So after cloning rails, I initially did a git checkout -b my_branch remotes/origin/3-2-stable. Then I made my change
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.
After I did a clone of a repo, a new branch test has been added to the origin remote. But I still see: $ git branch -a * master remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/master remotes/origin/master What git
When I setup my branch I did: git svn rebase git checkout -b branch-a Then I pushed that branch to the remote git repository and a colleague and I did work on it using git commit, git pull and git pu
I'd like to create a remote branch. The most commonly suggested way seems to be: git checkout -b newbranch origin/startingpoint git push origin newbranch But this will create the branch locally and p
I've cloned repository A's master branch from git and created my own branch called Li. I've made some changes a while ago and pushed the contents of local Li to remote Li. Now I've pulled some updates
i checked out a remote branch like git checkout -b newBranch origin/some-remote-branch. but whenever i do a push it is pushed to a new branch newBranch . how to tell git to automatically push to the b
How to copy a git repository directly form remote server without .git directory and .gitignore files?. In advance from a tag name or branch.
Let's say I have an Eclipse Project which uses versioning control with EGit and is connected with a remote repository email@example.com:git2013. In my project, under the local branch newstuff, I create a
I have 2 local git archives in /a and in /b which were cloned from remotes/origin. There is a new branch z on /b How can I track and fetch branch z from archive /a ? I tried this: cd /a git remote add
In Git, I sometimes work on long-running branches. I like to rebase on master from time to time to make merging easier when I'm ready. After rebasing, I can't push a previously-pushed branch to a remo
Git is making me pull my hair out. I know how to create a local branch that tracks a remote branch, but I want to create a remote branch which copies another remote branch, and then track. Creating a
It'd be awesome if someone helped me get this. Say I'm working in master or in a branch called MyBranch and I want to push the changes I just committed to a new github branch. When I do git push origi
If I'm several commits ahead of a git branch(I assume my commits form a 'virtual' branch) and I checkout to the 'real' branch, will the changes done in the 'virtual' branch (my commits) be stored?
how do I get a copy of a branch from a remote git server? I have tried the following options git clone url git clone url branchName it looks they get the master copy.
I've got a git workflow question, and I don't fully understand all the terms to know what to google for. The short version: Is it possible to switch your local git directory to a branch from a remot
Is there a simple way to export a single file from different git branch (local or remote) without checking out that branch?
This question already has an answer here: Make an existing Git branch track a remote branch? 10 answers I created a new local branch and pushed it with git push origin my-branch How can I auto