How do I delete a Git branch with TortoiseGit
Is there an option to delete a branch with TortoiseGit?
I found a solution for the commandline. Is there an implementation in TortoiseGit?
I have a git repository on my DEV machine. A while ago, I copied some code to my PROD machine. Since then, there have been many commits in my DEV machine. However there may have been a couple of ad-
I am currently creating topic branches: git checkout -b topic_branch ...do work... git checkout master git merge topic_branch but currently when I do this, I lose history of my 'topic_branch' and all
git-notes is used to add or inspect object notes. How can I delete a git-notes commit, so the commit of git-notes command will not exist in git history. I want to delete git-notes commit, I'm not mean
I was working on a feature branch and I did a git checkout -b feature/other-feature, did some work, committed it and then pushed it to origin feature/other-feature on github. When I created a pull req
I have multiple branches setup for a project. Does a git pull do a pull/merge for my current branch or for all the branches?
I've made several commits to a local branch, but I'm not sure what the best way to diff what I currently have to my branch's starting state. I know I can do something like git diff HEAD HEAD~6 if ther
I have a git repository with multiple branches. How can I know which branches are already merged into the master branch?
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
The 'central' repository had to be set up on a new server, so I created a new remote on my local repo, and pushed to that. But now when I do 'git pull', it claims I am up to date. It's wrong -- it's t
I just wanted to create branch using git bash so anyone can give me guidance how to do it?
I cloned a repo using the git clone -b <branch name> --single-branch <github url> <target directory> This cloned ONLY this branch, but now I want to switch to the master and other br
How can I get list of branches emerging from any branch in git ? Also what is the difference between fetch and pull command in git ?
I'm learning to work with git, and I tried to set some aliases like this: git config --global alias.trololo 'status' So now when I type git trololo it works like git status. Now trololo alias is not
I'd like to delete a remote branch from my central git repository. The usual advice is to do 'git push origin :branchname' or 'git push origin :heads/branchname'. But when I try that, I get this error
I'm using TortoiseGit to maintain git repository. We have one repo with multiple submodules in each. Everything works fine but when I'm trying to pull main repo, submodules aren't updating. I must pul
I just started a new branch, but I deleted there one too many files. How do I reinstate the master and delete the changes in the branch? what is the command? Or is it better to just delete the branch
The last commit I made to the master branch is where I want to get everything back to. I made a lot of changes and committed them to a new branch I created called omniauth. I would like to delete this
I'm very new to git coming from subversion. Our techops team created an empty repo for my new project. I've been working on the project for weeks and have all the code in a folder off my C drive. I've
I looked around SO, but couldn't find any answer with the error I have. I created a new branch but I forgot to do something before hand, so I need to delete the new branch I just created from my local
I have a git repository. When I do 'git branch', it said $ git branch * com-2.1-SS and then I do 'git log', i get a list of my commit $ git log commit ff878926b78614e8bf6af161da06070618e9ff6b commi
i checked out a remote branch like git checkout -b newBranch origin/some-remote-branch. but whenever i do a push it is pushed to a new branch newBranch . how to tell git to automatically push to the b
I recently did a git stash, then did some work on the branch and committed it, and got these errors when trying to do a git stash apply: CONFLICT (delete/modify): app/controllers/orders_controller.rb
How do I merge this branch to master? thufir@dur:~/NetBeansProjects$ thufir@dur:~/NetBeansProjects$ git clone -b 4.GUI_loading_messages_slowly firstname.lastname@example.org:THUFIR/USENET.git Cloning into USENET... r
I know how to revert to older commits in a Git branch, but how do I revert back to a branch's state dictated by a tag? I envision something like this: git revert -bytag Version 1.0 Revision 1.5 Is
Possible Duplicate: Show just the current branch in Git I am moving my monotone DVCS to git. In my build setup I have qmake get the current revision and the current branch (because these are build o
This is my current git-svn workflow: git checkout -b feature master # hack commit hack commit git checkout master git svn rebase git merge feature git svn dcommit This usually works fine, git replays
I have a vanilla git installation with default configuration, version 1.7.1. So I do the following actions: git branch local_only git checkout local_only git push local_only does not exist on remote.
Is there any options in tortoisegit to undo the last commit into the repo? I by mistake pushed a large number of unnecessary files into my git repository(branch:master) which I need to undo. I have se
I don't have permissions to delete a branch. My situation is most easily described with an illustration. Say the master trunk commits are called, M1, M2, ... and the branch commits are called B1, B2 a
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
I am trying to make an alias to delete a remote branch but I can't seem to get it, here is my latest attempt that I really expected to work but no luck. rmrb = !git push origin :$1 I also tried, rmrb
I have just started using Git on Windows. I am hosting on BitBucket and using TortoiseGit as the windows client. Things are moving in the right directon, but I am clueless at a point. I was working on
I'm using git-svn to work against my company's central svn repository. We've recently created a new feature branch in the central repo. How do I tell git about it? When I run git branch -r I can only
I started with a piece of code which got split into two small programs each in a different branch. They share a lot of similarities but I'd like to split them into 2 repos so I can work on both at th
How do I create a branch in SVN?
I would like to know how to delete a commit. By delete, I mean it is as if I didn't make that commit, and when I do a push in the future, my changes will not push to the remote branch. I read git he
So far, I have cloned an empty git repo, and created a new branch with 'git checkout -b branchname'. My understanding is that typing 'git branch' should now give me some output like * mybranch master
I just made a perfectly good commit to the wrong branch. How do I undo the last commit in my master branch and then take those same changes and get them into my upgrade branch?
I want to use tortoisegit for windows7-64bit. I have already generated ssh-keys. I have read many tutorials instructing me how to make the SSH key be known to TortoiseGit. Tutorials say that I shoul
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
I know how to make a new branch that tracks remote branches, but how do I make an existing branch track a remote branch? I know I can just edit the .git/config file, but it seems there should be an ea
I built a repository using git clone --mirror <url> I want to remove some remote branches, but I get the following: $ git push origin :b error: --mirror can't be combined with refspecs ... or
I would like to include a command to delete a local Git branch in a script, and I don't want any error message to be shown if the branch does not exist. At the same time, I also don't want a status co
I have a master branch and would like to create a new branch based on it, and then switch to the new branch. I'm very very new to coda/github/terminal so I don't even know if my syntax is correct. her
I'm using TortoiseGit with msysGit installed with the msysGit-fullinstall-1.6.4-preview20090729.exe and it works in a very strange way: on the About windows it says it can't find git, even if all the
Can anyone please help me out doing a rebase on git? It's really confusing, I'm not able to understand its functionality. I want to rebase branch on master origin. How do I do that? I also want to squ
I'm experimenting with some githooks, so I have setup a local bare repository with a symlink from hooks to the hooks stored elsewhere. I have pushed the master branch to the git repo and, of course, t
How do I push changes from one branch to another branch after a successful Jenkins build? Suppose I have a branch named beta that I commit to and another named master that I want to contain all co
This question already has an answer here: git: finding which merge brough commit into the current branch 1 answer If I have two branches, and one has been merged into the other, how can I find,
I have a project in git. I checked out an earlier commit, now I'm on an un-named branch. I want to save the work here and go back to the latest branch but still be able to come back. How do I do that,