How do I safely delete a remote git branch?
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 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 am using GIT on top of one centralized SVN repository. The SVN repository only contains trunk, no tags and branches. What I did before is using git svn to clone the remote repository to my local git
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I have bit of a difficulty in deleting a local ref branch(refs/notes/origin/commits). I was able to delete the branch(refs/notes/origin/commits) in the remote repository using the command git push ori
I'd like to delete a remote branch from my central git repository. The usual advice is to do 'git push origin :branchname' or 'git push origin :heads/branchname'. But when I try that, I get this error
Hey guys how would I checkout a specific branch from another remote address? Thanks
When I try to push to a remote git branch to delete it with git push origin :branchname I get the following error message: error: unable to push to unqualified destination: remotes/origin/branchname
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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've made several commits to a local branch, but I'm not sure what the best way to diff what I currently have to my branch's starting state. I know I can do something like git diff HEAD HEAD~6 if ther
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I merged a branch in master a few days ago. I didn't make any changes in the branch, but when I tried to delete it today with git branch -d branch_name it said the branch isn't fully merged in. I got
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I have pulled all remote branches via git fetch --all. I can see the branch I'd like to merge via git branch -a as remotes/origin/branchname. Problem is its not accessible. I can't merge or checkout?
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we are using git in Team Foundation Service, and we are trying to find a way to delete a remote branch by running the following command. git push origin --delete TheBranchName The remote server keep
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I have been working on my develop branch. I checked out branch 'branch-xxx', commit my changes and then merged the branch on develop, only to find out that this piece of code is buggy! How can I undo
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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) $
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