How do I configure a remote repository to accept locally-created branches?
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It looks like the remote repository has been configured not to allow you to push new branches.
Now, I created the remote repository using this ASP.NET project:
So, how do configure the remote repository to accept new branches? For the record, I can't imagine Jeremy's code does anything to disable pushing branches.
The remote repo has otherwise been working perfectly until I tried to push a branch created locally.
- The remote repo has bare = true in the config file.
- There is also a folder with my branch name in it in the server refs\heads folder so it must have pushed something.
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