Merge 2 branches in git ignoring branch in between?
I want to merge a branch into another branch selectively & then merge another branch ignoring 1 branch in between. How do I do this with Git? I am using Git Extensions for visual studio.
I am missing some commits that are in my dev branch but not in master. Some commits were merged in, some were not. I can get the difference between the branches by doing something like: git diff maste
The git cherry command is great for seeing what commits have happened between two branches. However, by default it just gives you a list of commit IDs - not that informative. $ git cherry master dev #
I've got a git repo with one branch, in addition to the master. I want to make that one branch the master -- overwriting the master completely. Obviously I could do a merge, but this will result in ma
We're in a complex situation. We've got this king of repository: C1 C4 C5 devel *---*---*---*-----------*--------- \_____ \ C2 C3 fix-ie *--*---------*----*----*-------*--- M1 \___ \ testing *----*--
I have 2 branches (master and dev). Another worker has pushed a new branch called stage into the repository so that stage is now 1 commit ahead of master. I am trying to pull down stage so that I can
I have two branches. One is master, and the other one i myBranch and they look something like this: master | | myBranch | / | / |/ | I want to merge them into one branch, keeping all the changes from
I am having some unexpected results that seem to be based on the ordering of branches given to git merge when performing an octopus merge. The following script will replicate my situation #!/usr/bin/e
I am new to Git and I have some conceptual doubts. My GitHub repository has 2 branches, develop and production. I code on the develop branch, and when it is ready I merge into production. Some things
Having a minor issue with git/bitbucket. Working on a small project and for each feature I create a branch, implement the feature, push that branch to bitbucket. At this point, bitbucket shows my com
In SVN (or Git), suppose you are in a working copy directory which has been created by checking out branch A. Now, I need to work and commit to branch B. In SVN, I can use the svn switch B and in Git
I have multiple branches, and I would like to merge remote changes into a branch that is not my current branch. For example: git merge remote/branch some-other-branch
I am using git for my project and trying to follow best practice: I work on topic branch When ready, I merge the topic branch into my dev branch using git merge --squash. This keeps my dev branch cle
Is there a way to review the result of a merge between two branches before actually merging them ? When attempting to merge branch A to branch B, I usually checkout a temporary branch from B, merge i
How can you merge two branches in git, retaining necessary files from a branch? When merging two branches, if a file was deleted in one branch and not in another, the file is ultimately deleted. For e
Is it possible in sonar to transfer false positives between branches? This is our workflow: we develop in branch 1, we do our sonar checks on this branch, when branch 1 will be released, we merge th
What is the best practice to deal with recurring merge conflicts that are caused by preparing maven releases in a git flow environment with multiple hotfix branches? (See http://nvie.com/posts/a-succe
I'm just curious, because I've noticed that some repositories have their branches setup like this: git branch -a master remotes/origin/branch1 remotes/origin/branch2/lala remotes/origin/branch2/yay re
I'm getting crazy with Git :) I have 2 branches : master and dev I want to create a feature branch from the dev branch Currently On branch dev, I do : $ git checkout -b myfeature dev ... (some work
I have 2 branches in git repository: common and myown. I want to copy the source from one branch to another branch but I want to see in history of common branch only commits related to feature migrati
One of my favorite workflows with svn is to use Beyond Compare's folder comparison feature to see the net differences between two branches, or a branch and the trunk. Is there a way to do this in git
Not sure if this is the best place to ask, but I'm running svn2git to convert an SVN repo to a git repo with branches and tags preserved. For some reason, the branches and tags are not descendents of
Can any body explain difference between git merge origin master and git merge origin/master. I did accidentally git merge origin master if it is different what is the command to reset that merge
I am using Intellij on a project with multiple modules. I have started a big refactor and created local branches for 3 modules. Each branch has the same name. Currently, I have to checkout each of the
I've done merge some-branch into master, but gets confilcts. How to undo this ? git checkout master git merge some-branch ... CONFLICTS :(
I'm trying to follow the now famous git flow model of development, but I'm having some difficulty understanding how to perform some operations from the command-line. If I run git merge develop from th
I need to find the different between two branches by commit ID, not by files. I mean, the commits which are not in one branch. How can I do it. I fires, git diff branch1...branch2, but, it gave the fi
I maintains two branches master and pathogen for my vim scripts. Both of them have their respective vimrc files. Now I want to merge both of them together and save it as vimrc of branch pathogen. What
In git, supposing I have a branch master and a tag 0.0.1, if I do the following: git checkout 0.0.1 git branch -b random-fix # some changes... git checkout master git merge random-fix The branch from
My team is using Bitbucket with 'msysgit' and Eclipse's git plugin in Windows to manage out git repo. We typically have a master and 2 or 3 feature branches that can be based off each other. We came a
I have a problem during merging two branches. Consider the following git history structure: A---B---C feature /(1) /(2) D---E---F---G master And I need to merge 'feature' branch in point (1) and (2)
I have two branches master (which is very old) and new. What I want to achieve is basically to make new branch to be master. I tried to merge, but without success. The result of the merge was still no
I've a repo with a master branch I've forked this repo Now I nee to merge updated originale repo into my forked branch. How to ?!
So I created a branch off of another branch I was already creating, and now when I try to merge the branches into master, I have run into the situation where I have to merge both branches. Here is a d
Suppose that I hav two git branches; branch_one and branch_two. If I merge these branches, will one of the two branches be considered more up to date that the other? Is there a difference between gi
I want to remove an in-between merge (remove, not squash) and then move the last 2 commits to a new branch. This is my current git log --graph: * 3a5c453 - (2 hours ago) last commit (HEAD, master) * b
I have a branch that has the content of the master branch as a subdirectory. Now I made some changes to this subdirectory. Ideally I want to be able to merge these changes back into the master branch.
I've the following structure on TFS: $Base - $Dev Branch 1 - $Integration Branch 2 I would like to merge the changes on Dev Branch 1 to Integration Branch 2 so that build guys can kickoff Hudson b
Use-case: every time I want to move commit from one git branch to another I perform the following sequence of actions: [commit into working branch] git checkout branch-to-merge-into git cherry-pick t
I am currently creating topic branches: git checkout -b topic_branch ...do work... git checkout master git merge topic_branch but currently when I do this, I lose history of my 'topic_branch' and all
I have an issue where I want to branch off from an old revision but the check out of that branch is not removing files and folders that were only added after that branch in the revision history. Why i
I'm trying to combine code on two branches with the 'git merge' command, but git is crashing during the process. I need to find an alternative way to merge these branches. To increase merge output to
I am reading https://wiki.jenkins-ci.org/display/JENKINS/Git+Plugin#GitPlugin-AdvancedFeatures which allows pre-builds of feature branches before pushing commits to the master branch, effectively impl
While working with git-svn, and a 'typical' svn repo /trunk, /branches/..., /tags/... How do I push a local branch to a new branch inside of /branches ?
Is there an easy way to detect potential merge/rebase conflict between two branches with git command? For example some files are both modified in two branches, or some files are deleted from one branc
I have my repository setup with git-svn and two branches with an svn remote. I want to merge changes from svn-trunk into the svn-branch1 and then propagate those to my local git only branches. I am us
I'm comparing remote branches, in order to see if a branch can safely be merged into Master, in order for Master to be released. I'm doing the following: git diff --name-status origin/develbranch ...
Hay, I've only just started to use GIT and think its wonderful. However I'm a little confused over what the 'merge' does. Say we have a working project in the brach called A I got home and make change
My team and I are using svn branches for the first time. Before, we use to work only from the trunk. Over the past 2 weeks, we've been refactoring and developing new code against our branch. But durin
I want to merge two branches that have been separated for a while and wanted to know which files have been modified. Came across this link: http://linux.yyz.us/git-howto.html which was quite useful. T
When moving between git branches I sometimes forget the name of a branch I was recently on. How can I display a list of recently checked out branches/tags/commits?