Default remote for git fetch
If I am on a local branch that is not tracking any remote branch and I give the command
Given I have several remotes defined in
$GIT_DIR/config, from which remote is the fetch done?
I tried to find out from the man page, but this point is unclear to me.
Additionally: How can I change this default remote without making the local branch tracking?
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