How to rebase local branch with remote master
I have cloned project from master branch from remote repository remote_repo. I create new branch and I commit to that branch. Other programmers pushed to remote_repo to master branch. I need now to rebase my branch RB with remote_repo master. How to do this ? What commands to type to terminal ?
let's consider following scenario in local git repository that is synced with remote: ──(A)─┬─(B)── master │ └─(C)── branch after merge branch into master (locally, takes long time since (C)= many c
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'm trying to rebase and squash all my commits from current branch to master. Here is what I'm trying to do: git checkout -b new-feauture make a couple of commits, after it I was trying: git rebase -
Another developer has deleted and rebuilt a remote branch called development which I already have a checked out copy. He did this delete and rebuild to remove some cruft from it. Which is great. But
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 have a feature branch that I'm trying to keep updated with remote master. I also want to keep my local master updated too. I'm not working on master but it's good to keep it updated. This is my work
To delete a local branch in git I use git branch -d, but how do I safely remove a remote branch? I would like to delete it only when the remote branch is merged to my current branch.
With Git I am on a branch. I am rebasing the branch atop master. There is a conflict that I want to resolve by ignoring the branches version and accepting master's version. How do I indicate I want to
I have develop & master branches, my develop branch is messy now and i would like to reset it and make it as a copy of my master then push it to the server. I'm not sure if merging the master into
Here's an example: >git status # On branch master nothing to commit (working directory clean) >git checkout -b test-branch >vi test.c >git add test.c >git commit -m modified test.c &g
I am afraid this has been answered already somewhere but i can't find it. So i want to create a remote branch newfeature1 that tracks the remote master. I would expect that if i track the master and
I am developing code in my (private) repository on branch 'my_branch'. After some development I am happy with what I have done and I would like to save 'my_branch' to master repository (so it will not
I have a remote git repository where I have a tag (tag-1) that is several commits back from master. I'm trying to take the very last commit (6337dcb1) and add that to an updated tag-1, creating a new
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 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 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).
This question already has an answer here: Move commits from master onto a branch using git 1 answer I've created some changes to a git repo, and committed them to master(I have NOT pushed
unfortunately i deleted a src folder from my local master branch. Now i would like to pull or clone JUST the src file again from the origin. Is it possible to do that? When yes, how can i solve this i
How i should use rebase for this case: I have 3 features in branches: feature/f1 feature/f2 feature/f3 and I have master branch: master I merge this 3 features into master branch. My commit history lo
I have several feature branches and a master branch. Feature2 is done. Normally I would rebase (working with a remote SVN repo and would like to keep the history, so no regular merge) and ff-merge. Bu
We would like to enforce a new policy for our projects that the master branch now be called the release branch to ensure it is more clear as to how the branch should be used. Naturally, we will have d
I am new to GIT and have a question that may be stupid but from so far I searched there is no post mentioning this. Here is the situation: A A' upstream/master-+---+----+----+-----+ | myworkingbranch
There is remote branch: R There is local branch: L (which was created based on R) So the graph is R--R1---R2--- \ L--L1-- Right now, I just need keep L branch always have the updates from R What i
Hi I successfully removed a vile commit using: git rebase -p 0df8fg5^ 0df8fg5 I am working on the mater branch. However now when I: git push It gives: To firstname.lastname@example.org:my_user/my_repo.git ! [rejected
I'm in master and I do a git pull, I get a message indicating I need to pull a remote branch. Typically I do a git co [branch] then git pull/rebase. Is there a way to git pull/rebase of [branch] witho
I have local branches 'master' and vam-master' which tracks remote branch 'application/master' and 'application/vam-master' respectively. $ git branch -a * master vam-master remotes/application/master
I have master and a branch (b1) on my local machine. Is it possible to push b1 to remote bare, without merging b1 to master? And then pull from bare, into another repository?
How do I rename a branch 'a' to 'master' and rename 'master' to 'b' in gerrit? I have recently switched to gerrit from a shared git repository.
I have two branches, master and mybranch in a git repository. In a local folder cloned from the git repository before adding the second branch, I can only see the first branch, as expected: xxx$ git b
A project of mine, on GitHub, has been receiving merge requests from another person, lately. This is awesome, but I am being forced to learn how to manage these requests when conflicts arise. The firs
I have a local branch (CRM-ayrshireminis) that has a couple of commits on it that I have pushed to the origin (origin/CRM-ayrshireminis). This branch was created from the develop branch about one week
Usually, a local branch tracks a remote branch. The remote branch will be updated when pushing or pulling. But what is the purpose of letting a local branch track another local branch?
I want to put my local git project in production server (Linux multi hosting account of go-daddy). Is it possible to add my production server as my remote branch ?
I've been working on a project and things got sloppy. I've reset to a stable commit, but when I try to push I'm told the current branch is behind its remote counterpart (obviously). The only option
We got a 'dev' branch thats been functioning as de-facto master for quite a while. Is there a way to make my remote/master just point to the same place as remote/dev ? (no merging / rebasing / extra w
Using rugged how do you perform the following operations: fetch, pull and rebase? I am using the development branch and after reviewing its documentation found here as a guide to the Remote class. ED
I used this command to check out a local branch 'mylocal' from remote branch 'origin/mater'. git checkout -b mylocal origin/master But, after awhile I forgot from which remote branch I created my loc
I'm trying to track an exiting branch to a remote branch using --track or --set-upstream-to, but got the following error $ git branch --track master origin/master fatal: A branch named 'master' alread
For instance: I have a local repo branch 'master', and a remote repo branch 'r-master' with a directory 'dir1', I'd like to push 'master' to 'r-master/dir1' and making 'master' to keep track of 'r-mas
I am following this pattern to check in my code in feature-branch to Subversion with git-svn: git checkout master git svn rebase git checkout feature-branch git rebase master git checkout master git m
I am using EGit 3.2 with Eclipse. I cannot figure out how to delete a branch from my remote repository. I'm working on a Drupal project and the mods there want me to delete the master branch. I have t
I have a master branch on both local and remote. I have done a number of commits on master branch and have pushed them to remote as well. Now what I have created a new branch x on remote and want to p
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Let's say I have a private topic branch called develop with 2 commits ahead of master. What does git pull origin master do? Pull everything from the remote master in the local develop and merge it? Pu
I do my development of various features in git branches. When I want to check my code into SVN via git-svn, I do the following: git co feature_branch git svn rebase git co master git svn rebase git me
I have commit access (write permission) to only one branch in Subversion repository. Unfortunately said branch was created out of trunk some time ago; I'd like to rebase it on top of current trunk (
I have two branches: master and feature. I have made several commits in feature branch that makes massive directory structure changes. After doing so, I checkout'd the master branch and added a README
Hi I am new to both GIT and BitBucket. I used tortoise SVN previously. Now I have a project which is has repository in BitBucket. All I want is create a separate branch from the master code and work i
Pretty sure I'm misunderstanding git. My goal I have a private repo on github with a master branch. I would like to also have a production branch, which I will push all my changes from master to.
I want to compare my local master branch with the remote origin/master branch. I know how to do git pull --rebase; git diff origin/master from my local master branch to detect the line-by-line differe