in Git: how do i move my current work to a topic branch?
I started on a simple task in the main branch. ya' know the type of task where "this is too simple even to bother with a git branch"... the inevitable result was that now I have a lot of unfinished work in the master branch and need to work on other things. How do I move my current work to a new branch?
When I clone a repository from github or any other website and type: git status it checks the current branch for changes against origin remote and shows the message (before making any new commits) : Y
I have develop git branch for my work, I created a new branch called feature1 and made commit 1,2,3, and 4. I need to move commit 3,4 from feature1 branch to a new created branch feature2. The commi
I currently have a rails project running of a git tag v2.1.2, to get here id did git checkout v2.1.2 However there are now new fix's that have been applied to the 2.1 branch, how do I move to this br
I am new to git. Our git repo is on linux server. On linux box I can be at master or create branch and I can be inside the branch. Our git repo disk is mounted on AIX box to do BUILD. I can see git di
How do I move my spring xml configuration outside of my java web application? I'd like to store my spring.xml outside of my web application so I don't have to create a new build of my application to c
I have a file in my master git branch called 'Readme.' The file has the following text: This is the master branch I made a topic branch called 'justatest' and edited the 'Readme' file inside of it.
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I have master branch (It is working copy), then some point in time I created another branch named topic and was working under it. But yesterday I did rebase on master branch. Now when I build my proj
I've been using git-svn for the past three weeks. Currently my work flow is like this. ssh into my development box, create/edit/delete files there(git svn rebase, git checkout -b topic branch) check
There is an branch xyz for my master branch. I wanna create a new branch for the branch xyz. How can I do this?
I created a new branch locally called experimental git checkout -b experimental I made my changes, committed them, and pushed them to GitHub. I could see the experimental branch on GitHub. I then did
With git 1.8.0 I have this strange issue, whenever I do git push it refuses: fatal: The current branch master has multiple upstream branches, refusing to push. When I do git push -u origin master it s
I have commit X and 2 commits after it. I should move only X to new branch. How can I do this? (And my repo is in remote repo also, I don't think exactly what is it, but I won't get detached head) T
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I have commits A-B-C-D on one branch and want to merge A-B-C to another one. I know that you could do git cherry-pick one by one, and my question is whether I could group these commits together and ho
I'm adding a feature on master branch. After changing several files, I realize that I need to check the output without my changes. The way I can think of is: Commit current changes Check out and swit
What the title says. Version of git is 188.8.131.52 I've tried using git branch --track But it throws errors saying that the branches already exist. I am confused. Thanks in advance!
I have tried get the change of github repository to one repository bazaar, something like this: bzr merge email@example.com:Author/repository.git is there any way to do this?
I would like to know if the following is possible in git: Suppose I have the following history: A---B---C---D---E master \ W---X---Y topic I would like to merge all the changes made in the topic bran
I have been working in straight line: A---B---C---D---E---F (master:HEAD) Now I want to move backward: git checkout C and move few last commits to a new branch: Option 1: D---E---F (new:HEAD) / A--
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Suppose I have my master branch checked out. I've committed some production changes to master, and now I want to rebase my experimental branch onto the latest master. But, I want to do this with
I have cloned a git repository to my dev server and then switched to the dev branch but now I cant do a git pull to update the branch. How do I update the code on the server ? Thanks, Alex
This question already has an answer here: Move existing, uncommited work to a new branch in Git 1 answer I've been editing some modules on the master branch but I haven't committed them. I'm no
I'm working on a project that uses git, and I am new to git myself so apologies if I get terminology/concepts wrong. Another developer joined the team who refuses to use git and maintains his own svn
I'm getting crazy with Git :) I have 2 branches : master and dev I want to create a feature branch from the dev branch Currently On branch dev, I do : $ git checkout -b myfeature dev ... (some work
I messed my local branch of a project, and i want to revert my local copy to the remote state. How i acomplish that simply goal?
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I am using git-flow, but that's not important. My master branch is production and my develop branch is for development. This morning, my master branch (this is my production release) hadn't been touch
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I know enough of git to be dangerous. I am working on frameworks/base git of android repo. I changed to a branch p/androidopt. This branch has remote tracking branch vsg/p/androidopt. Later I made cha
I have the following setting in my gitconfig: git config --global push.default current I set my upstream branch using: git branch --set-upstream staging spci/master But now I still have to do: git p
We would like to enforce a new policy for our projects that the master branch now be called the release branch to ensure it is more clear as to how the branch should be used. Naturally, we will have d
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
How can I remove the complete history of anything on any branch but the files currently existing on HEAD (my master branch)? I have been doing things like git filter-branch -f --prune-empty --index-f
I made 5 commits to Master branch when bug hunting on a private project and pushed them to the remote origin (my own private vps). Then I saw that commits 4 and 5 were going to cause trouble elsewhere
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I have started doing some work on a branch which I have in term realised was the wrong branch. Is there a way to move a branch to a different branch. For example: A -- B -- C -- D -- HEAD \-- E -- F -
Currently, my team is looking for an agile git branching strategy. I originally thought we could follow this article: http://nvie.com/posts/a-successful-git-branching-model/, but unfortunately we do p
So I have /trunk, to which all things golden are eventually committed. And I have a topic branch, /topicA. Normally, you would merge /topicA into trunk and it would be one commit. Hooray! To undo this
Basic question but this happens to me all the time: Make changes in a working-branch Switch to master git merge working-branch git push cap deploy(to staging) make a new cup of tea then I come
Somewhat new at Git... I am working on a project, and had all of my tests passing on the master branch. I then made some changes, and when everything started failing, I realized that maybe I should ha
I have successfully setup gitosis on my machine and I have my project safely on the gitosis server. It currently has no branches (just master). How do I add a branch to it? (I am not talking about the
Here's my scenario: My project is following the topic branching pattern. I create a branch to fix some problems, let's call this branch problem_fixes. I make my changes, and submit a pull request. I
I know that I can fetch any remote branch to any local branch, but is there also some kind of shortcut to fetch just from the tracked remote branch to the current tracking local branch (without the ne
I am trying to do a Rails 3 upgrade. So what I did is a created a branch -b rails-3 I've been working in that branch I want to push it into a remote repository (just in case something goes down on my
I am trying to figure out what branch will be fetched if I do git fetch in the current branch, and how can I change that (by some variant of git remote or editing .git/config file). From what remote