Git merge one branch in all other 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 have a master branch and many branches for features. I would like that all changes made in master are reflected in all features branch.
When I commit into master, all the changes should be reflected on all the other branches (basically it would be the same as checking out all branches and merging master, but with an automated process).
I have many git branches. How do I delete branches which have already been merged? Is there an easy way to delete them all instead of deleting them one by one?
If I fixed a bug in a file in branch branch_a, which should be applied to all branches. Is there a way to apply the change to all branches without having to checkout the branches individually. git com
I had a directory that contains multiple repositories and it looks like this: folder |- repo1 | |- .git | |- File1.txt |- repo2 | |- .git | |- File2.txt |- repo3 | |- .git | |- File3 I wanted to comb
If I have many unpushed commits spread among many branches in my local repo, what happens if I type git push? Will all of those commits be pushed or only those which belong to the current branch?
I have the following situation in my git repository at the moment. HEAD -- 0 -- 1 -- ... -- 3 -- 5 master \-- 2 -- ... -- 4 --/ branch-1 The branch branch-1 has been forked from the master some tim
I'm using git-tfs, and I was wondering if it is possible to merge two TFS branches using git-tfs. I have two branches $/MyCompany/Dev & $/MyCompany/Release-3.3. Release-3.3 originates from the Dev
One creates a new git branch: git checkout -b test and pushed it to origin: git push origin -u test and listing all the branches now I get: master * test remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/master remo
I have git repository with site, that is publish on GitHub pages (gh-pages branch). Now I want to have only one branch gh-pages and delete all others (local and on server) The answer that pops-up is H
I merge my all of the branches to a wrong branch and deleted all of the branches. Is it possible to recover all of these branch and unmerge them. I also resolved conflict at the time of merging
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 am learning git. I created a new NEW branch from my master branch and created a new file in NEW. Now when I switch back to master, the newly created file in NEW is visible in master branch. Is it no
I have two branches namely master and development in a GitHub Repository. I am doing all my development in development branch as shown. git branch development git add * git commit -m My initial commi
In our team we are usually pushing all tasks into separate branches, and after that release-manager review those branches and merge them into 'master' branch Sometimes team-members forget to merge the
I'm trying to follow the now famous git flow model of development, but I'm having some difficulty understanding how to perform some operations from the command-line. If I run git merge develop from th
I have read numerous SO questions and blogs on git-svn and merging. Some of them (notably git-svn man page) warns against using merge anywhere near the branch I plan to dcommit from. Others, like this
I'm a game developer. I've been using github while working on a unity3d project for about a month with another programmer. We have both been just committing to the master branch and its suited us fine
I'm new to git, and have two branches i'm trying to merge (newDevelopment and master). I messed up the file tracking somehow on my newDevelopment branch, and because so, I cannot merge the changes int
My git repository has 2 branches: master and develop. I want a script that merges all changes from develop to master automatically. I used Jenkins: The Git plugin clones the repository and then this s
I was wondering if somebody could explain to me how to GIT merge master into a new branch and then clear out master as to have master clean working directory. In other words: master -> PHP since ma
This might be a question too trivial for stack... but I'll give it a shot. I have two branches, prod and master. I have done work on both separately (bugfixes on prod and development on master), now
I'm trying to understand the circumstances that caused git to merge a feature branch I was working on into the main develop branch after switching to the develop branch. I was able to revert the merge
Is there a way in git to have a 'description' for branches? While I try to use descriptive names, working for a while on a single branch sometimes dampens my memory of why I made some of the other top
I have the craziest bug going on with my repo I don't know what to do. In my repo I have three branches. master > branch_1 > branch_2 From branch_1 git status and all is clear no files are stag
I've got a git repo with one branch, in addition to the master. I want to make that one branch the master -- overwriting the master completely. Obviously I could do a merge, but this will result in ma
I'm trying to migrate a small SVN repository w/ 2000+ revs with 10+ branches to GIT. Branches sometimes merge contents from other branches. My main choice, was obvisously to use: git svn clone -s URL
I understand that re-base is good for situations when you want to add a fix to a base branch and put it in all other branches. but it seems much more complicated than a merge(much more conflicts). Am
I have a branch I've already pushed to github using --set-upstream. I want to rename it now, and have that change reflected on github. Here's what I want to do git branch -m oldbranch newbranch git pu
I have the following remotes set up: $ git remote korg rorg And the following branches: $ git branch -a * (no branch) remotes/korg/gingerbread remotes/korg/gingerbread-release remotes/korg/honeycomb
I know how to setup araxis merge to be my git diff / merge tool, so if I do git difftool it automatically launches araxis merge. However if I do git difftool upstream/master (to see all the difference
The Situation Trying to migrate 1 main and 2 branches from perforce to git. After mapping the branches in perforce with specs, I tried a typical migration which resulted in code directory duplicatio
Nowadays, I see a lot of commits from Linux Torvalds and/or Gitster that look like so: Merge branch 'maint' of git://github.com/git-l10n/git-po into maint … * 'maint' of git://github.com/git-l10n/git-
I started work on the master branch. Almost one year ago, I created another branch dev in which I made some changes. From that time on I continued work on dev branch. Now I want to merge dev into mast
How do I pull all of the remote branches to my own repository? if I type: git branch -a I get a long list of branches, but if I type: git branch I see only 2 of them. How do I pull ALL branches into
I have the following scenario: Branch Feature A - X (HEAD) Branch Master (Have some new stuff since branch creation) A - B - C If I do git merge (on top of branch feature) I have: A - X - B - C Is
Is it correct to say that the following two commands git merge X git rebase X only change/affect the current branch and not X (or any other branch)? I think I understand what both commands do, but I
in GIT I have two branches in single repository - branch A and branch B (created from two folders in old SVN repository) These branches are fully separated: They don't have common ancestor. Each
I am working with 3 branches and I want to rebase one branch from two others at the same time. What I got with git log --graph --decorate --pretty=oneline --abbrev-commit are the followings: Branch
I'm comparing remote branches, in order to see if a branch can safely be merged into Master, in order for Master to be released. I'm doing the following: git diff --name-status origin/develbranch ...
When I merge a source branch 'Branch1' to a target branch 'IntegrationBranch', then changes are only done to 'IntegrationBranch' as a result ( i.e. one-way operation) OR even 'Branch1' may get changed
I would like to list all commits on all remote branches in my repository. I just want the SHA1 for each commit. Thanks!
Suppose we have the following situation in Git: X---Y feature / A---B---C---D edge Now I rebase the edge branch changing the B commit a little bit (using edit) so it now looks like this: X---Y feat
What is the best practice to deal with recurring merge conflicts that are caused by preparing maven releases in a git flow environment with multiple hotfix branches? (See http://nvie.com/posts/a-succe
Okay, first of all, do I have this right?: Suppose you have local branches A and B, and they have no commits in common. When I do git checkout A git merge B Git creates a new commit on the A branch i
is there any way to list all branches in google repo? I found it is very difficult to understand repo. Here only provide very few commands which does not not provide a list branch mechanism.
This question already has an answer here: Using Git, show all commits that are in one branch, but not the other(s) 7 answers I have two branches - master and experimental. How can I see which c
I'm new to git and now I'm in this situation: I have four branches (master, b1,b2,b3) after I worked on b1-b3, I realized I have something to change on branch master that should be in all other branc
How do I find all branch heads not merged into the default branch or any other branch? 1----2----4----6----8----13----14 Branch: default (E is a merge of F into D) \ \ \ \ / / \ \ \ 7 / Branch B1 (clo
I forked a repo: https://github.com/CruceGameDevel/CruceGame and I cloned my copy to local machine: $ git clone https://github.com/MihaiPro/CruceGame If I run: $ git branch * master Why it show only
git branch --merged doesn't appear to play nicely with --squash. If you do a normal git merge, then git branch --merged tells you which branches have been merged. This is not the case however if the
I am fetching origin like this: git fetch origin This will get all branches as master and dev. Then I push it to another remote mirror-server: git push mirror-server master Or, basically git push --