git commit and push a local git folder, without merging
I'm really not a git expert. usually I only use -"git add -A" then "git commit -m"msg"" then "git push" and this way everything works just fine.
This time for change, another use made a commit to my project, and after that I also played with "git checkout " with a SHA1 of an older or newer commit, I don't even remember.
Since then, I already forked(successfully) the other user commit, and now I just want to commit my folder as it is, and continue to work as normal. The problem is, that now I get -
hint: Updates were rejected because the tip of your current branch is behind
hint: its remote counterpart. Merge the remote changes (e.g. 'git pull')
hint: before pushing again.
I don't want to merge anything, I just want to commit&push my current folder in my local computer, just as it is locally, to bitbucket, and then continue using it as normal.
I will study git deeply in the future, I don't have time now (much work...) - please help.
Thanks a lot.
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