How do I merge two Git branches, with specific commit ids, into one branch?
I have two commits:
How do I merge the two branches, into jzbranch, and resolve any differences between the two?
I have two separate git repositories for the same version of a single website. domain.com-1.0 domain.com-2.0 Version 2.0 was completely redone from the ground up. There is no bridge between the two r
You can determine with git merge-base if a fast forward is possible, but is there some git trick to determine if two branches will merge cleanly with some strategy without actually doing the merge? I
This question already has an answer here: How do I tell git to always select my local version for conflicted merges on a specific file? 1 answer I have two branches, A and B. Branch A have a di
Is there any difference between git merge --no-commit and git cherry-pick --no-commit? And is there any difference in history if I commit after these two commands?
I'm using git-tfs, and I was wondering if it is possible to merge two TFS branches using git-tfs. I have two branches $/MyCompany/Dev & $/MyCompany/Release-3.3. Release-3.3 originates from the Dev
I have two svn branches checked out, b1 and b2. I would like to merge all of my commits from the b1 branch onto the b2 branch. I have tried something like svn merge -r HEAD:HEAD b1 b2 but it
If I use git merge --no-commit <other-branch> and then make changes, such as removing files from the merge, is this still a real merge? I would like the branches to be related (with a merge),
I have 2 branches in a git repo, lets call them, dev and test. I have changes in a single file, somecode.js. Both branches have changes to somecode.js. The 2 branches have diverged significantly (but
I'm testing out a package (git clone git://guacamole.git.sourceforge.net/gitroot/guacamole/guacamole) This project has two branches: 'master' and 'unstable' How can I get the 'unstable' branch ? Sorry
The general answer is given here: How do I make git merge's default be --no-ff --no-commit? But how to enforce this only for remote branches ? Is there a way to do this?
I have a git repository that I am using and I've screwed up. I made a few patches to the source tree and then went on to do upgrades without committing the patches first. Then I committed the whole ba
I can't merge two branch because of release step of our project, but I want to know whether there are conflict of two branch. How can I do this?
I have two different files in different branches. How can I diff them in one command? Something like # git diff branch1/foo.txt branch2/foo-another.txt I could check out the other file, diff it and r
i have a branch in TFS from my main team project. The changes that have been done on the branch, I want those files to be updated in my main Team project. How do i do that?
I am trying to write a tool that will automatically merge code from one branch to other. It will be a command on hubot that will merge the appropriate branches. What I am looking for is a way to do th
I'm trying to understand why git will produce a commit with a unique SHA1 for a merge between two branches with no conflicts. Is storing the information that there were no conflicts really worth the e
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.
How to merge branch back to trunk in SVN with all commit history? I know in Git I can use merge -squash Is there any equivalent command in SVN? I am using SVN 1.6.
I thought a file created on one branch will not appear in any other branches until I merge or rebase the branch? Example: I have two branches: master new_contact_page I checkout the new_contact_page
I have 2 branches, the main one and the one I'm working on a parallel release. A --> B --> C (master) \ -> E --> F (parallel) The parallel branch will always merge from master. Always. An
I have a relatively large collection of remote branches from an old remote repo: $ git branch -r guy/feat1 guy/feat2 guy/feat3 guy/feat4 guy/feat5 guy/feat6 guy/feat7 guy/feat8 origin/HEAD origin/mast
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 created a new branch from old master-commit. When trying to merge it with master using git checkout master git merge newbranch I am getting Already up to date although it is a different code. O
I have git repository with site, that is publish on GitHub pages (gh-pages branch). Now I want to have only one branch gh-pages and delete all others (local and on server) The answer that pops-up is H
How do I resolve a UU (merge conflict) without adding that file to the next commit. For example, I just cherry picked a commit to another branch and there were merge issues. I solved the merge issue a
In GIT, I have two branches and two commits: A(master)---B(branch topic) the HEAD of the branch 'master' is commit A the HEAD of the branch 'topic' is commit B commit A is the parent of commit B
How will i create a new remote branch on top of a specific commit? Here is how my current commits:- a-------b-------c--------d-------e I checkedout new local branch from the point 'c' commit git che
I've done merge some-branch into master, but gets confilcts. How to undo this ? git checkout master git merge some-branch ... CONFLICTS :(
I've got two branches that are fully merged together. However, after the merge is done, I realise that one file has been messed up by the merge (someone else did an auto-format, gah), and it would jus
How can I merge one branch in to two other branches? So here's our scenario: We use two branches master for production and UAT for testing purposes. All local development is made on a new branch made
This question already has an answer here: Showing which files have changed between git branches 8 answers I have two branches, branch_1 and branch_2. I want to see the differences between the
I am working on a svn project with two branches, lets call them trunk branches/foo My idea is to clone the whole svn repository (telling git which folder are trunk, tags and branches), do the merge i
I have two branches namely master and development in a GitHub Repository. I am doing all my development in development branch as shown. git branch development git add * git commit -m My initial commi
I currently have two branches setup Main -> Dev I want to inject a Test branch in-between those two branches. I was originally going to branch from Main to Test then perform a baseless merge betwe
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
We maintain two versions of our application in two branches: free and master (master being the premium version of our application). These branches are fairly similar but the master branch has a few ex
A merge commit is a commit with at least two parents. These parents are in specific order. If I'm currently on the branch master, and I merge in the branch feature, I create a new commit with its firs
I have one local commit (for example, at branch1 branch) and I need to apply it to another branch (eg. branch2). I know that I have to use the git cherry-pick command but I really cant find out by m
Suppose my Git repository initially has two branches: Foo and Bar. ... ─ Foo ... ─ Bar I create a third branch, FooBar in which I commit the merge of the two other branches. ... ─ Foo ──┐ FooBar .
Is it possible to merge only the changes for a sub-directory from a local git branch to a remote git branch or is it all or nothing? For example, I have: branch-a - content-1 - dir-1 - content-2 an
I just realized that I left one word in the commit message of a previous commit (so I can't use git commit --amend) that makes the message mean completely the opposite of what I had intended. The comm
I have a question related to git merge workflow. When we merge one branch to another, AFAIK two things may happen: either a single commit would be created on the destination branch (in non fast-forwar
I have multiple branches and for every one i have specific build process. How do i set up gated build process for specific branch? example Development branch -> fast for developers build process th
After Google-ing the whole day, I will have to ask experts to help me. I cloned some public SVN repo that I converted to git. This repo has just one master branch, and it starts from some specific ver
How do I merge this branch to master? thufir@dur:~/NetBeansProjects$ thufir@dur:~/NetBeansProjects$ git clone -b 4.GUI_loading_messages_slowly firstname.lastname@example.org:THUFIR/USENET.git Cloning into USENET... r
I have a number of branches, which are periodically merged, i.e. we can have A, which is merged into B, then B into C, then A into D and D into C, etc. Suppose I have a commit X, which I know was orig
How do I push changes from one branch to another branch after a successful Jenkins build? Suppose I have a branch named beta that I commit to and another named master that I want to contain all co
I want to change the author of one specific commit in the history. It's not last commit. I know about this question - How do I change the author of a commit in git? But I am thinking about something,
I'm currently using TortoiseSVN to do a merge of two branches and I've found that its not smart enough to handle a specific merging senario. In one branch I have a method as follows: MyMethod(paramete