Git: updating remote branch information
In a git repository, a remote branch I am not tracking was deleted. When I type
git branch -r
the deleted branch still shows up (and I can check it out)
What git command do I have to run to update this info?
I merged my local feature branch “navDrawer” into my copy of the remote “dev” branch. When I sync’d “dev”, it also created a remote “navDrawer” branch. Now I have 3 remotes (master, dev, navDrawer). H
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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 just tried to do a force push to a remote branch like this: $> git checkout myBranch $> git rebase origin/master $> git push --force origin/myBranch fatal: 'origin/myBranch' does not appear
I cloned a friend's git repository to my workstation. I then created my own branch and started working on it. I have also been given the ssh private key of the remote repository where I originally clo
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We're using GitHub here. I have a friend who branched our master branch, and I want to checkout his branch, make a few mods, then put them into his branch. My thought is to grab his branch using git c
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I am using Netbeans, and there is a feature call Push to Upstream. When I click it I get this message: No tracked remote branch specified for local master Is there a way to track the remote branch i
I have a very large codebase with many tags and branches on a remote SVN server. I'd like to use git to clone a specific branch to work on, then eventually merge it back to the remote SVN. Is this pos
I want to check a local branch currently tracking which remote branch For example: git checkout -b test_branch git branch --set-upstream test_branch origin/remote_project001 But after a few days, I
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 want to fetch a branch from a remote, but my branch name does not start with remote name, for example: git checkout -b BRANCH origin/BRANCH It work in some cases, but in some cases I get this error
I'd like to grab a single branch (not all of them) of a remote repository and create a local tracking branch that can track further updates to that remote branch. The other branches in the remote repo
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 built a repository using git clone --mirror <url> I want to remove some remote branches, but I get the following: $ git push origin :b error: --mirror can't be combined with refspecs ... or
I'm not sure how this happened, but recently I noticed a strange remote branch that shows up when i run the command git branch -a remotes/origin/pr/121 remotes/origin/pr/122 remotes/origin/pr/126 how
I have a script which automatically creates a new branch with a name based on external information (JIRA ticket). I don't want to create the remote branch until I've committed and pushed some code, bu
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I merge branch A with branch B, and delete branch A. When I tried the same thing in remote repo: delete branch A, I got an error like this: fajar@FAJAR-PC /e/project minggu ini/ProjectTesis (master) $
I have a Rails app that I deployed to Heroku for testing. I deleted the Heroku version of the app from the Heroku site. Now, I'm trying to delete the Heroku git branch from my local development and it
Sometimes by mistake some of users tend to push their local branches to a remote repo creating a new branch on the remote repo. How can we disallow the users to create new branches on a remote repo bu
How can I see the diff between a local branch and a remote branch?
I have a git repository with master and dev branches. There is also a vender branch vender that I use to update my third party libraries. Now I've been into the project for some time and have committe
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'm going through a tutorial and it said this command, git branch -a would list all my remotes, both local and remote. So i did that and this is what i got. David-Adamss-MacBook-Pro:releventz davida
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I am doing this command with git: git push origin mybranch It keeps saying Every up to date but nothing happened on the server side. I think I did something wrong before but I am not sure where: Ye
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We have a remote branch named deploy for building and testing deploy scripts. Not surprisingly, the deploy scripts end up in a directory called deploy. Now that the directory deploy is in the branch m
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
I have two remote branches in git, master and test. master reflects whatever will be deployed to our production environment next. test is the same, but for our testing environment. Because of stalled
I have two remote branches: feature233 v1.9.12. I need to rename the 1. branch to v1.9.12 and the 2. branch to v1.9.15 : feature233 --> v1.9.12 v1.9.12 --> v1.9.15 Since the new name of t
How can I change the git remote head pointer to a commit? I pushed some commits to remote master branch, which I have local reverted with: git reset --hard COMMIT_SHA Now, I want that the remote head
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.
I have a Git repo hosted on Bitbucket. If I have 3 branches say master, branch_2, and branch_3. I have pulled down the master branch to my local machine which I've made a change on, committed and push
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I am a newbie of git, I try to understand what is origin and origin/master in git, what does the origin means? where it is? and someone says it is remote branch, what is the remote branch?
I am forking from github.com/mantisbt/mantisbt which results in github.com/MYACCOUNT/mantisbt from where I clone it and checkout the branch (I am interested in) to my local machine. My issue is th
master branch has these files and folders (simplified): C:\Local\TickZoom\Project>ls file.txt name.txt public public branch is tracking a vendor repository and has been subtree merged as public fo
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