git how to force push to checked out remote branch
i checked out a remote branch like
git checkout -b newBranch origin/some-remote-branch. but whenever i do a push it is pushed to a new branch
newBranch . how to tell git to automatically push to the branch i checkout out from origin ?
Is there a way to trigger a hook after a new branch has been checked out in Git?
I was writing a README.md file in the remote server and completed that one, but I accidentally did a force push to the remote by using git push origin master and now the README.md is gone Is there a w
I'm pruning some branches off of a git remote. How can I find out who created a branch on a remote git repository? Maybe there is something similar to git branch -r --show-user?
Why does git push result in forced update, causing lost commits on the origin? What can be done to prevent this? client side: git version 184.108.40.206 push.default set to simple server side: gitlab 5.1.0
I have a newbie git question. Lets say my repository picture starts off like this: A <-- B <-- MASTER | A <-- B <-- O/M I make some changes to local master and in the meanwhile someone up
Let say I'm on the road with a friend, we are offline from the bare git repository. I have a working copy (with .git folder) and my friend want to help me out so he clone my git repository from my wor
When trying to delete a remote branch I get the following error: $ git push work :18300-018_5 remote: Processing changes: refs: 1, done ! [remote rejected] 18300-018_5 (can not delete references) erro
Folks, I had cloned a repo. I created a branch out of it to work on a feature by issuing the following command: git branch fix78 then I worked on that branch by git checkout fix78 I continued to make
I'd like to push my current branch (hp1) with git push and not git push origin hp1:team/hp1 The remote branch already exists. My local branches: develop master * hp1 git remote show origin tells me
I've taken the following steps so far: Cloned a remote Git repo Branched the master branch to an experimental edited/tested/committed code in the experimental branch Now, I'm not ready to merge expe
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.
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
I have a remote branch on a git server where another developer git push forced a his master branch onto. I have a local master branch right now that I am trying to merge my master branch with the remo
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
Working in a large group project this is our work flow: // create branch git checkout -b mybranch (do work) // commit to branch locally git commit -a // push to remote git push origin mybranch (repea
I am trying to set up a git server with bunch of repositories. I am planning to use the branching model described in http://nvie.com/git-model article. So I will have at least two branches (named mast
I have a local repository that I want to mirror to the remote 'websrv'. This used to work fine until I deleted a local branch. Now when I do git push --mirror websrv I get remote: error: By default,
This question already has an answer here: Git push error '[remote rejected] master -> master (branch is currently checked out)' 23 answers I am using 1und1.de service for GIT they offer. Now
I have a Rails app that I deployed to Heroku for testing. I deleted the Heroku version of the app from the Heroku site. Now, I'm trying to delete the Heroku git branch from my local development and it
I have deleted and pushed a branch, but it is still showing in branch -r for other users: serverAlpha $ git push origin --delete origin/issue186 serverAlpha $ git push serverBeta $ git pull serverBeta
Our team members are not all familiar with git, some members may take a mistake to force push the local branch on to server especially if they are using Windows GUI tools. I'm wondering if there is an
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 was in branch feature_swap there I did some change but I am not confident enough to push those changes in feature_swap branch. So I tried to create another sub branch feature_swap_experiment with g
To move the branch pointer of a checked out branch, one can use the git reset --hard command. But how to move the branch pointer of a not-checked out branch to point at a different commit (keeping all
Hey guys how would I checkout a specific branch from another remote address? Thanks
Is there a way in git bare repository to push a branch that is not in HEAD right now? For example i have two branches: $ git branch * master another And i have two remotes set: origin and another. I
I have a local repo A, with only one branch (master) and a remote repo B. Each of those repos has its own history. I want to push repo A's master branch to a new branch called branch1 in repo B. How c
I use git flow so I work on a develop branch and only push releases to master. After creating a remote (named heroku) on my Heroku account, I started pushing my local develop branch to master, mostly
I'm working on a rails app that I occasionally push to a staging server to test things out. I can easily push my local master to the remote master (I called it origin). I'm running into a problem wher
I used this command to check out a local branch 'mylocal' from remote branch 'origin/mater'. git checkout -b mylocal origin/master But, after awhile I forgot from which remote branch I created my loc
I did the following Pull the master with git pull and suppose commit is 12345 did some changes and commit and push it , commit is 6789 Then i realised i did something wrong , then i did git reset --h
I just installed netbeans and connect to my git repository throught ssh. Everything works fine except pushing master branch. Every time I commit some changes on master branch and trying to push branc
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 am on a master branch 'master' and I have 1 commit ahead I want to create a new remote branch called 'new_remote' and push my commit there? $ git branch * master $ git remote old_remote $ git status
I created some file in my system , commited it and pushed it to remote repository. After that i had to delete that commit using command git reset HEAD~1. Now i have modified earlier created files and
I needed to have a local branch pulling and pushing to a remote branch of a different name. The pull is setup automatically after cloning and fetching. But the push was a little harder. I wanted this:
I could use a hand with learning how to push a local branch to a remote branch. Please see below. Help much appreciated! The local branch was created after cloning the repo then doing $ git checkout -
I would like to clone a branch, make a change and push into the same branch. I'm doing this: mkdir myfolder cd myfolder git init git clone myurl -b mybranch git remote add origin myurl edit myf
Is there any way to block code push directly to master ? I tried by adding a script in .git/hooks/update #!/bin/sh if [ $USER != git-repo-admin ]; then if [ $1 == refs/heads/master ]; then echo M
I am trying to make a hook on a remote --bare repository that will copy the source code I send from a local git, in different folders according the branch I'm sending to. I have 3 branches on local: m
I have a git repository that was originally created using git-svn. Now I have a git server that I push to and the svn repository has been lost. Can I remove the svn remote? How?
how can git remote repository public or private automatically stores email address of when someone forks or clones a branch from any branch? or this feature isn't there ? for a github user I would nee
I have cloned project from repo and I need to create branch and in that branch do my changes. After that I need to push that branch on repo. How to do this ? I am sorry, I am new to git ?
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
This may be a little atypical. I am working on a local branch of an existing personal project, and I haven't push it to the remote (GitHub) yet. As my local branch evolves, I now decide to create a ne
I'm trying to track an exiting branch to a remote branch using --track or --set-upstream-to, but got the following error $ git branch --track master origin/master fatal: A branch named 'master' alread
I have a local branch that I created via git branch --track <localFeatureBranch> <remoteSVNBranch> I've checked out the branch locally and when I pull, I can see that Git automatically k
I need to do a subtree merge for a specific branch, if it exists on a given remote repository. The problem is that the remote repository is not checked out locally, so I can't use git branch -r. All I
I git push my work to a remote GIT repository. Every push will prompt me to input username and password. I would like to avoid it for every push, but how to configure to avoid it?
These are my steps to create a remote git repository and push to it the data that I have in my local machine: # mkdir -p git/sports.git # cd git/ # cd sports.git/ # git init --bare Initialized empty