compare local git branch with remote branch?
How can I see the
diff between a local branch and a remote branch?
I have a master branch and branched out from it to a build branch. I cloned this repository to a different machine. I created a branch my_build to track the remote build branch. Now i have few commit
I can't delete the branch in my remote server. First I tried this one git push origin --delete devTime but it gives me an error like this: fatal: 'origin' does not appear to be a git repository fat
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
Scenario: I have a remote git repo for a website, cloned to my local working directory. When I am working in the cloned repo (master branch), I delete test.html, ($ git rm test.html) then commit th
I have 3 local and 3 remote branches and want to be on the same branch on both. on local: git branch A * B master git branch -r origin/A origin/B origin/master on remote: git branch A B * master I a
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
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
How would you accomplish this? mkdir newbuild cd newbuild git init git remote add origin git+ssh://user@host:22/var/www/vhosts/build $ git checkout -b origin/mybranch fatal: You are on a branch yet to
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).
I am trying to remake a git branch. I want to recreate the branch from scratch, based off of the current master branch. I have done the following: $ git status # On branch foo nothing to commit (worki
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>
What is the best way to stash working tree, update the local branch and then merge the both files modified either on local and on remote branch? I'm doing as following: First, I git stash, the shortc
I have a remote tracking branch tracked locally in my local repository using 'git branch -b branch-name origin/branch-name'. My remote branch is test2/test2 (origin/branch-name) which is being tracked
When branch B does not exist locally, but is on the remote repo, git branch * A git branch -a * A remotes/origin/B How can i pull B to my local repo? Should i git checkout B first? Should i pull, wh
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.
How do I compare one branch with another? I want to compare a branch with the latest revision in trunk.
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 created a branch, worked on it, merged it with the base branch and now want to delete it. The branch was created on the git remote server as well. Now when I ran git branch -d branch, it removed it
I have local repo and remote, say upstream. In remote repo some basic configs say file1.txt and file2.txt, I pull changes to branch some_branch, and typed: git update-index --assume-unchanged
I create push origin 'my branch' to github repo. Now, as I understand on github in 'my branch' I have full data about project (including my changes) how to download this branch on my local machine wit
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
I'm trying to delete a remote git branch with git push origin :my_remote_branch and getting: error: unable to push to unqualified destination: my_remote_branch The destination refspec neither matche
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 using git-svn to interact with a remote svn repsitory that follows the traditional layout of trunk, tags, and branches. There's a branch in svn that git has missed the history of. I know the histo
how do I fetch a remote branch and update git's local ref for that branch without effecting the current branch? For example if I do this $ git pull origin master origin/master is merged into my curre
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'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'm using gitflow branching model for some projects. For this reason when someone clone a repository I'd like that the default checked out branch would be the develop branch rather than master. For pu
I am wondering what happens if I create a branch in git that have the same name as a remote branch. Would the first branch stop to exist in the remote repository once I push my branch? For example, le
I cloned a repository and got a master branch. From the master I created a local branch abc. Now the remote may have progressed. The branches look like this: >git branch -a * abc master remotes/o
I know that I can fetch any remote branch to any local branch, but is there also some kind of shortcut to fetch just from the tracked remote branch to the current tracking local branch (without the ne
I have rebased a branch locally which was already pushed. Git is advising that my branch and remote have diverged and that: and have 109 and 73 different commits each, respectively Will pushing my b
Ok the situation is as follows: I have a git branch in my local repository called 'feature-branch'. This branch is git-svn enabled, it is tracking the local branch 'remotes/svn/branches/feature-branch
I'm trying to push a new local branch product-0.2 to remote where there is already a tag with the same name (but the branch itself does not exist) git push -v --tags --set-upstream origin product-0.2:
I have two repositories origin and fork. I cloned origin locally and added fork as a remote repository. I now created a new local branch, e.g.: git checkout master git branch new git checkout new I m
my current workflow to deploy code is to branch a releases branch from master when i believe the code is in a stable state. on my production side, i do a simple git fetch origin and than check out m
A colleague pushed a new remote branch to origin/dev/homepage and I cannot see it when I run: $ git branch -r I still see preexisting remote branches. I assume this is because my local remote refs a
I have a remote project that have a branch. So I first clone the repo. Then issue the following to the clone to work on a branch: git checkout -b <name> <remote_branch_name> Then I made t
I have a directory on my PC I'd like to add to a particular branch in a remote git repo on my server. I have git, the branch was created fresh off the master from the server, but I've got an entire pr
How can I do this in git: My current branch is branch1 and I have made some local changes. However I now realize that I actually meant to be applying these changes to branch2. Is there a way to apply/
When I found my wrong mistakes at remote branch, I always delete this, squash locally and push again. Because I heard 'git push -f' was dangerous. However I noticed push result showing after git fetch
I have two local branches A and B tracking the same remote branch C. I want to keep all the branches but I want to remove connection A -> C but keep the connection B -> C. how can i do that?
Can anyone help, i have my local branch which i did a pull from my remote and then i have just done about 7 commits and they are all wrong :-) So what i want to do is revert to my remote branch copy.
I have a question regarding renaming a branch in git. I created a local branch dev and pushed branch to remote. I did lots of work on the dev branch and am updating remote branch regularly. Now I wan
I use GIT to manage my project's source code, using SourceTree locally and BitBucket to host the code remotely. I made a new branch, called MyFeature. At some point I renamed the branch, say to fea
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
Is it possible to pull from a remote repository but only selectively take files from that remote that I'm interested in? I don't want to simply pull down the entire branch. Thanks.
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'm running Git Extensions 2.32 on Git For Windows (previously known as msysgit) 1.7.10.msysgit.1. Another user has created a new branch and pushed it to the remote repository. I want to fetch that ne
Rephrasing the question : how to configure a remote git repository as new branch of an existing local repository whose single branch is already linked to a different remote repository. I have two git