How to clone all remote branches with Git?
I have a master and a development branch, both pushed to GitHub. I've cloned, pulled, and fetched, but I remain unable to get anything other than the master branch back.
I'm sure I'm missing something obvious, but I have read the manual and I'm getting no joy at all.
I can connect to my server via firstname.lastname@example.org without a password. I have a project under GIT on the server at: /home/myuser/project How do I clone this locally to whereby I can make commits etc loca
I used the following command to clone svn repo into git and after executing it, i see some spurious branches. git svn clone [SVN repo URL] --no-metadata -A authors-transform.txt --stdlayout ~/temp git
I am completely unable to find any explanation how I should specify location of existing svn repository. In other words - what should be used as URL in git svn clone URL when svn repository is local
How can I retrieve the remote git address of a repo? I tried git remote but that just lists the branches.
Since a few days, one of my GitHub repository seems to be corrupted. When trying to clone the repository with the following command line : git clone email@example.com:MyAccount/MyRepository.git I get th
git branch -a shows both remote and local branches. git branch -r shows remote branches. Is there a way to list just the local branches?
I know this question was already asked here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/2329716/merging-changes-from-master-into-all-branches-using-git, but I would like to see real code that does this. I ha
I am attempting to clone a git repository. The clone fails with the following message: Untracked working tree file ... would be overwritten by merge. I have run git clean on all of the branches; non
I am (obviously) new to git. Here is my scenario. I have a local git repository (server that I maintain) setup for my project. I want to create create a sub-directory e.g. oss-project under my reposit
How do I search all git branches of a project for a file name? I remember part of the filename (just the ending) so I'd like to be able to search for something like *_robot.php across all branches, an
I'm still an amateur at using Git -- please bare with me. I have two local branches that are both remotely tracked upstream. Let's call the first branch A and the second branch B. I checkout branc
Is it possible to browse all the remote repos available on a given server? I've seen this: Git - Browse remote repository which is about browsing branches in a remote repo. However, I'm assuming this
I do a git pull/clone to some repository (mainly github ones). Sometimes after a few minutes the download crashes. Here is a log. remote: Counting objects: 2284, done. remote: Compressing objects: 100
How do I fetch back all the branches for my repository on Git? I tried the following: git remote add origin firstname.lastname@example.org:anchetaWern/Zenoir-Online-Classroom.git git pull email@example.com:anchetaWern/Z
Team Foundation Server 2013 offers a Continuous Integration build service. In the process of settings this up in Visual Studio 2013, I ran into dialog for selecting GIT branches to watch: What should
The problem is a simple one. I've used git cvsimport to import a cvs repo into a remote branch in a local git repository. I then wish to sync this repository: branches, tags, and all, to a git reposit
I'm working on a fairly large git repo with a couple of thousand (remote) branches. I am used to using auto-completion (using [TAB]) in the console (Git Bash in that case), so I unconsciously do that
I read in the answers to this question that git fetch origin should fetch all branches of origin. In my case, it doesn't seem to give me any branches, though. Here's what I did: Initially, a remote ca
I found reliable way of getting my local git URL in post How can I determine the url that a local git repo was originally cloned from? But how to get all the clone URLs that are available for reposito
I want to move my remote git repository and all its branches to a new remote repository. old remote = firstname.lastname@example.org:thunderrabbit/thunderrabbit.github.com.git new remote = email@example.com:tr/t
I'm working with a git repo that has an empty master and multiple branches. When I do a git pull, it only seems to pull stuff down for the master but does not apply for the branches. I find myself hav
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
I sometimes work with source code repositories containing many branches, most of which are old and usually no longer relevant. In these cases, the full list of branches from git branch is not very hel
I am using Git for development and rather simple workflow. I have two remote branches: testing and staging. I develop feature in a local branch, merge it to testing to deliver feature for testin
I have a team member who inadvertently pushed over 150 of his local branches to our central repo. Thankfully, they all have the same prefix. Using that prefix, is there a git command or cool little sh
I'm kind of new on GIT, I read this Guide and it is very useful... I have some doubts regarding how to properly use the a branch... I have mainly two branches: Master branch (containing the relase ve
I have a project in svn that is set up as: project branches/ tags/ trunk/ when ever I do a git svn clone -s -r ##:HEAD path/to/svn All I get is a series of file and folders that I believe comes from
How do I set a Git remote's HEAD reference to point to something besides master? My project has a policy not to use a master branch (all branches are to have meaningful names). Furthermore, the ca
EDIT Let me paraphrase, I would like to merge two git repositories with the same name, but different remote. That is, I have a repo_name hosted in git, under a branch name of repo_name_a and I added
I have some git repo with alot of remotes, some of remote branches a unique and i have not local tracking branches for it. Today I did mistake on changing a remote url (I used remote1 instead of remot
I am converting a large (>6500 commits) Subversion repository to a Git repo and have been running into some problems I am hoping someone can help with. Here is where I'm at: I created a local Subve
I have a problem with my build system. I have a remote server with a relatively large repository (around 12 GB, each branch having a size of 3 GB). I have also 2 build servers (Mac, Windows) that are
I have a quick question regarding local and remote branches in git. Is it common practice for your local branches to be mirrored on your remote repository? It seems to me as though this would make sen
When I do a git clone http://<url-to-my-repo>/repo.git, not all of the tags of the repository are copied. When I clone through ssh://, I do not have this issue. I have no clue how this is possib
On the remote production branch, I don't do any changes, so I don't need any branches. I always want it mirrored to the origin production git checkout origin production works. But, I can't seem to pul
I'm struggling to understand how to be able to clone a git repository from Subversion, and then clone that repository to another machine (git-to-git) and still have access to all the original Subversi
For example, let we have a git repository A, which have two remotes: user@user:~/dev/tmp/some_repo$ git remote -v remote_a /home/user/dev/tmp/a/ (fetch) remote_a /home/user/dev/tmp/a/ (push) remote_b
I wanted to mirror my git repository, so I did the following over SSH: $ mkdir tvshowtracker.git $ cd tvshowtracker.git $ git init --bare then, locally: $ git remote add rolisoftdotnet ssh://rolisoft
We need to allow developers: 1) to create topic branches and save them at remote repo. 2) Do changes. 3) Do merge to 'development' branch. 4) Remove topic branch (git push origin :TestRemoteBranch).
We're using Git 220.127.116.11. Given multiple branches with names BRANCH_1, BRANCH_2, ... BRANCH_N, is there a programmatic/scriptable way to tell what conflicts will exist if we want to merge all of these?
As a followup to my question about unavailable branches after svn to git migration, I have a different problem: I'm unable to push new branches to my central Git repository. $ git clone ssh://server/o
From git-clone(1) Manual Page --branch can also take tags and detaches the HEAD at that commit in the resulting repository. I tried git clone --branch <tag_name> <repo_url> But it does
I somehow ended up with a git configuration with the following in the [remote] section: fetch = +refs/heads/master:refs/remotes/origin/master This of course means that I would never ever see branches
I am trying to rebuild a git repo from an existing clone using the steps below: git init --bare project.git git remote add project project.git git push --all project I noticed that this does not push
I have two directories on my local machine pointing to the same remote git repository. When I issue the command git branch -r in one of the directories I get a longer list of remote branches then in t
Often, when I switch branches in git, if the files are open in emacs, then emacs asks if I want to revert them (as it thinks they've changed on disk) even though the contents are identical. Firstly I'
If I have n git branches, how do I easily show the relationship between these branches? Basically I am interested in seeing a tree of a subset of all the branches in my repository. I am however not in
Ive tried to use --branchmap option from this docs, but it does not helped. I think that it is fundamentally possible to convert Git branches to Mercurials named branches - because we always can say w
My normal pattern is to branch from master, do a ton of work, then rebase and git svn dcommit. How can I clean up all my old branches? Basically I want to find any branches that have git-svn-id: in th
I have a git bare repo that I manage and I want to have git auto create tracking branches for all the remote branches. That way no one has to auto create them. I tried to do it in a post fetch hook,