Git merge a remote into a local branch
I have made a local branch called develop and have made some changes to it. However I now want to merge another developers changes to remotes/devteam/master into my develop local branch.
How best do I go about doing this?
I have a remote and a local git repository. Local repository is clone from the remote. When I modify my local repository and commit to the master branch. Then I run git push to remote repository. Bu
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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
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I would like to check which of my local branch are closed on remote server and remove them from my local list - is there such git (or any other e.g.bash) command? My current flow: git branch to list
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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
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How can I use opendiff or other visual merge tools to connect to a remote Linux server over ssh and handle Git merge conflicts with a local visual merge tool? Can I configure git locally to proxy for
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I know this has been covered before, but I have tried the following and can't seem to delete the remote branch. aly@neon:~/workspace/3DOD_VARIANCE$ git branch -a * master remotes/origin/HEAD -> or
I am looking for a way to automate a merge from a Master branch to one or more development branches. In other words, I want to synchronise team development branches with Master daily across multiple p
I have been pushing to a remote bitbucket repo and recently a colleague has pushed a new branch he created to the same repo. I'm trying to fetch the changes he uploaded. $ git branch -a * master lo
I have committed some changes in master branch but not yet pushed to remote. If I now switch to another remote branch (and run a git pull) I will not have any issue right?
In my local Subversion working copy, I have a copy of trunk and of a code branch. I've made changes in the trunk, and want to copy these changes to my (currently clean) local copy of the branch. I kno
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
My .git/config: [remote origin] url = email@example.com:nfpyfzyf/test.git fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/origin/* [branch master] remote = origin merge = refs/heads/master My local branches: HE
This is what I'm doing.... how do I get rid of the origin remote branch? And what is it? [master] /dir: git status # On branch master nothing to commit (working directory clean) [master] /dir: git rem
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I have created a git branch for testing my demo code. I wanna delete it & but I am failed!!! $git branch -d <branch_name> What's the way to delete a local branch in git?
I'm in a strange situation: I have copied a directory (local repository) from a former developer on to my machine. There have been several commits to the remote master that are NOT in his local reposi
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A project of mine, on GitHub, has been receiving merge requests from another person, lately. This is awesome, but I am being forced to learn how to manage these requests when conflicts arise. The firs
Let me explain the problem in detail. I have a main git branch on which I created a new side branch bug10101010, now I wan't to merge the bug10101010 to main. So far everything is good. Now I have a d
I have a remote git repository where I have a tag (tag-1) that is several commits back from master. I'm trying to take the very last commit (6337dcb1) and add that to an updated tag-1, creating a new
what is the best approach to resolving merge conflicts in notes branch of a git repository? I ran into a scenario where in when I try to fetch the content of the notes branch from the remote repositor
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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 -
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Added a new Branch to my Github, but can't find a way to have my local repo know about it. I have my local repo using the master branch (the only one it knows about), and it is several commits ahead
There is following output in git remote show git remote show origin remote origin Fetch URL: https://user@server/path Push URL: https://user@server/path HEAD branch: master Remote branch: master track
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I cannot remove a remote branch called origin/featureBranch. I guess it's because the branch name starts with origin, but I am not sure: $ git branch -r | grep featureBranch origin/origin/featureBranc
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