How do you push just a single Git branch (and no other branches)?
I am working on a local git repository. There are two branches,
I want to push
feature_x to the remote repo, but I do not want to push the changes on the
git push origin feature_x from my
feature_x branch (
feature_x branch already exists on remote) work?
I do not want to test this on my box, because I cannot push to master right now.
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