git: which remote git branch had the last commit?
I am attempting to figure out which remote branch was most recently updated. Something like 'git show-ref' but in chronological order would be good enough. How do I go about doing this?
I'm trying to create a staging branch on Heroku, but there's something I don't quite get. Assuming I've already created a heroku app and setup the remote to point to staging-remote, If I do: git chec
In a git repository, a remote branch I am not tracking was deleted. When I type git branch -r the deleted branch still shows up (and I can check it out) What git command do I have to run to update th
The following command: $ git branch -a yields * develop master remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/develop remotes/origin/develop remotes/origin/feature/foo remotes/origin/master but I don't want remote
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
I created and switched to a new branch and made some changes that haven't been commited. How do I return to the state of my last commit? I used git reset --hard HEAD but all the changed files are sti
How can I uncommit my last commit in git? I have googled it. Is it git reset --hard HEAD or git reset --hard HEAD^ Thank you.
When I setup my branch I did: git svn rebase git checkout -b branch-a Then I pushed that branch to the remote git repository and a colleague and I did work on it using git commit, git pull and git pu
Today I try to track a remote branch (specifically, Mapbox-ios-sdk's 23-callouts. So, what's the difference between the following three commands: git checkout remotes/origin/23-callouts git checkout -
When I clone a remote repository with git clone 'repo_url' git pull git status I get this message - On branch master Your branch and 'origin/master' have diverged, and have 41 and 20 different comm
I have a question regarding renaming a branch in git. I created a local branch dev and pushed branch to remote. I did lots of work on the dev branch and am updating remote branch regularly. Now I wan
I see a commit in foo branch's log. I'd like to determine if that commit has been cherry-picked onto branch bar. If I were in a pure git environment I think the hashes would be the same, but the branc
I'm having trouble understanding what I did wrong when pushing to a remote branch. Here is what I did: I created a remote tracking branch locally named CP_Server_Release using the SourceTree GUI tool.
I keep finding myself forgetting to add refs #ticket to my commits. It's a pain. I usually use at least one branch per ticket, or at least, there might be mutliple branches for one ticket, but usually
I would like to know if I can easily get the last commit sha from a remote repository and a specific branch. I could do a git fetch MY_REMOTE_REPO;git checkout BRANCH_X;git log -1; but it is heavy jus
I am totally new to git and in an emergency to use git commands to rebase my local branch to remote master. Things happened like this. 1.I forked a repo Logan676/seadroid from haiwen/seadroid on Githu
I'm using git plugin for Eclipse, as do my daily build, it becomes difficult to track which version of the build from the git is been tested. Unless there is way to auto fetch the branch and commit id
I have been pushing to a remote bitbucket repo and recently a colleague has pushed a new branch he created to the same repo. I'm trying to fetch the changes he uploaded. $ git branch -a * master lo
I just did a git commit -m blah then I added some files, how do I rollback and remove what is in my current files that have not yet been added/committed?
Just cloned a git repo which has (besides the master branch) a lot of development branches. How can I tell which branch it was that the latest change was made to? Most elegantly of course.
I have set up some remote tracking branches in git, but I never seem to be able to merge them into the local branch once I have updated them with 'git fetch'. For example, suppose I have remote branch
How does one revert a remote git repo after a reset done locally? We had accidentally pushed changes to master branch. I've reverted the code in the local branch to the last good commit. Now, I am try
I'm still a noob with Git and have been googling and reading the scm book about pulling from a branch. I'm not sure why this doesn't work. When I do git branch -a, this is what I see: I'm trying to p
We've got what I think is a typical git setup, with an origin repository that multiple users, each with their own repositories, fetch and push to, and each user manages their own branches, and then
I am using a git repository and I wanted to create a script that would increment the version number of my application by knowing on which branch a commit occur. There are three branches hotfix feat
I've checked the remote branch Design0.5: the last remote commit on that branch is identical to the top local commit, here marked (no branch). So locally, Design0.5 is 5 commits behind where I'd like
I'm working on the trunk of a project locally and need to checkout a remote branch. My working copy is fully up-to-date, and i run git checkout -b RC1 origin/RC1 After that I run git status And it t
Is there any way to modify central repository's configuration to disallow any remote pushing to master branch (using git)? It would only be updated via branch merging by a release owner. It is possib
I have the following git svn situation. master, checked out from svn. branched devel branch, on which I did some changes. Some are git committed, some are still not committed. I had to solve a bug, s
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'm using git as an interface to an SVN repository. Now I've created a SVN branch: git svn branch my_branch This created the directory in my SVN repository, and also created a branch called remotes/m
Hey I am working on a local branch on an Android Project.I want to replace all code on my local branch with all the code on the remote master.When I try to do git pull origin master,it tries to merge
This question already has an answer here: Force “git push” to overwrite remote files 3 answers A coworker recently pushed 4 commits to our remote repository that are not desirable. I would now
Aim : To delete a remote branch named 'branchname' Steps I used to do was: [first approach] git branch -d branchname git push origin :branchname Today I tried to delete using the same above steps, b
I cloned a friend's git repository to my workstation. I then created my own branch and started working on it. I have also been given the ssh private key of the remote repository where I originally clo
Someone has deleted a remote git branch (I had not a local copy of it). Is it possible to find who and when deleted the branch?
If I do git log, is there any parameter I could specify to be able to tell from the output which branch every commit belongs to? Edit: to clarify, I understand that a commit may be part of two branche
Remotes: origin $ git branch * master $ git checkout -b new_feature Now I do couple of commits on new_feature branch and want to push it to origin after updating it. $ git branch master * new _fe
I have a four unsynced commits in Git, one ahead and three behind. I want to push the commit that is ahead to remote and delete the other commits from the remote branch. How can I do this?
I have a project with a master branch and a development branch. All changes should be committed in the development branch. I accidentally committed to the master branch and pushed it to Github. This c
I have a Git repository with dozens of commits. I want the last commit to be the only commit - meaning the repository would behave as if it was just initialized and the current file state is the only
With a one official repository as the remote, and multiple local repositories cloned from it, can a pre-commit hook be scripted on that main repository and be enforced on all clones of it?
I run: git checkout mygithub/master but for some reason, running 'git status' shows not currently on any branch. Running: git checkout master and then git status, says that I'm now on branch mas
Working in a large group project this is our work flow: // create branch git checkout -b mybranch (do work) // commit to branch locally git commit -a // push to remote git push origin mybranch (repea
The git book seems to contradict itself re git commit --amend: This command takes your staging area and uses it for the commit. If you’ve made no changes since your last commit..., then your snapshot
When trying to delete a remote branch I get the following error: $ git push work :18300-018_5 remote: Processing changes: refs: 1, done ! [remote rejected] 18300-018_5 (can not delete references) erro
My current branches look like: D / H--A--B--C I was trying to work out how to produce a new git branch which would make the new git repo to looks something like: D / H--A--B--C \ C Is this possib
I wrote a bash function which do some handy tasks on entering a git repository on console. It also gives me an overview of all branches using git branch -avv For my inconvenience, git is flooding me
Is there a way to set up a git repository, so that git pull defaults to one remote and git push defaults to another? I know I can set both by changing the value of the remote variable in branch sectio
Say I have an orphaned commit and want to recover it. So far, I've always been doing it like this: git checkout -b newBranch I always have to create a new branch just for this. Is there a way to ad
How do I push changes from a local git branch to an existing non-master remote branch? If I do a git push, it tries to push changes in all local branches to the remotes they are tracking.