Git checkout remote branch on unborn local branch
How would you accomplish this?
git remote add origin git+ssh://user@host:22/var/www/vhosts/build
$ git checkout -b origin/mybranch
fatal: You are on a branch yet to be born
I'm able to see my local and remote branches colored differently with the following configuration in my .gitconfig. [color branch] current = bold cyan local = normal remote = bold red In git branch
I recently started using the GIT command line commands ( I used to use SourceTree). When I want to create a new branch, I would usually do git checkout -b <branch-name>. When I want to push it t
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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
If I'm several commits ahead of a git branch(I assume my commits form a 'virtual' branch) and I checkout to the 'real' branch, will the changes done in the 'virtual' branch (my commits) be stored?
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Previously my code was infected by a horrifying bug wreaking havoc. After a long fight I decided to just $git checkout to a pre-bug commit. And now $git branch returns a list with the branch (no bra
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This is probably a dumb question, but I'm brand new to git and am seeing a remote branch that no longer exists. $ git branch -a * master remotes/origin/master remotes/origin/production I don't believ
When I perform branch -a: $ git branch -a * master remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/master remotes/origin/hello remotes/origin/master And then I remove the branch: $ git branch -r -D origin/hello Del
How do you stop tracking a remote branch in Git? I am asking to stop tracking because in my concrete case, I want to delete the local branch, but not the remote one. Deleting the local one and pushing
I know that local branches can track remote branches, but there is also the possibility that a local branch tracks another local branch. What is a use-case for this?
Scenario: I make a new branch hack on it commit it push it hack on it some more commit again try to push again Git responds: Updates were rejected because the tip of your current branch is behind
Git will by default deny deleting a local branch (via git branch -d mybranch), if that branch is not fully merged. However, if I delete a remote branch via git push origin --delete mybranch, there is
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.
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How does one add a local branch from that of another developer? My colleague's branch is not out on origin. Thanks!
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I just start using git and I got really confused between different branches. Can anyone help me to figure out what is local branches, local tracking branches, remote branches and remote tracking branc
This surprises me and I can't think of how it can be possible. git checkout -b newbranch. commit some files other than Foo.java. git checkout master (which was the original branch I was on) gives er
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
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I'm usually tracking many remote branches. After I do a git fetch to get all the latest updates from all tracking branches. Is there a single command to see which remote branch I just fetched is ahea
I have two repositories origin and fork. I cloned origin locally and added fork as a remote repository. I now created a new local branch, e.g.: git checkout master git branch new git checkout new I m
I tried creating remote branch devel using: git push origin origin:refs/heads/devel But it fails with: error: src refspec devel does not match any. error: failed to push some refs to 'git@***.com:**
The git branch -a command gives me following output: master stable remotes/origin/master remotes/origin/restoring_entered_information_from_post remotes/origin/stable but there is no such a branch res
I have a remote git repository where I have a tag (tag-1) that is several commits back from master. I'm trying to take the very last commit (6337dcb1) and add that to an updated tag-1, creating a new
After I have messed around with directories (created/removed) and added/edited both text and binary files, how do I tell git to throw away all my changes, and bring the branch down again, as if I neve
I created a git feature branch in the usual way: git checkout develop git checkout -b new_feature_branch When the time came to merge the feature back into the main development branch, the merge produ
On my local machine, I have a repository set up as the following * remote origin Fetch URL: email@example.com:me/my_project.git Push URL: firstname.lastname@example.org:me/my_project.git HEAD branch: master Remote branc
I did a bit of development against the wrong branch in my local repository. I did a git branch without next doing a git checkout. The commands look something like this: #On branch development git bran
I have a branch called experiment. git checkout master echo 'some changes' > a.txt # now master branch has local changes which are not committed git checkout experiment Sometimes I have noticed t
I have 2 local git archives in /a and in /b which were cloned from remotes/origin. There is a new branch z on /b How can I track and fetch branch z from archive /a ? I tried this: cd /a git remote add
This question already has an answer here: Checkout remote Git branch 11 answers I have a remote branch: git branch -a *master remotes/origin/develop Can I checkout to remotes/origin/develop ?
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Added a new Branch to my Github, but can't find a way to have my local repo know about it. I have my local repo using the master branch (the only one it knows about), and it is several commits ahead