how to create a branch for a branch in git?
There is an branch
xyz for my master branch. I wanna create a new branch for the branch
xyz. How can I do this?
I would like to define a new root branch in this git repository. By root branch I mean a branch that is entirely independent of all the other branches in the repository1. Unfortunately, even the c
I'm looking for a solution to apply a feature branch to the development branch in git without actually moving the branch pointer. Essentially, I'd like to create a single commit off of the feature bra
I am on a master branch 'master' and I have 1 commit ahead I want to create a new remote branch called 'new_remote' and push my commit there? $ git branch * master $ git remote old_remote $ git status
This question already has an answer here: Can I recover branch after the deletion in git? 5 answers I have deleted my branch by mistake like this git branch -D demo but i want to recover it..i
I am using git for my projects, and some days ago I commited the same changes on on two clients. then I pushed both commits to the central repo. now I have a branch with conflict: git branch * master
This question already has an answer here: Make an existing Git branch track a remote branch? 10 answers I created a new local branch and pushed it with git push origin my-branch How can I auto
I checked out a branch in git to experiment with developing a feature that involved making three migrations, which I have run. Preserving the very small amount of data in the db is not important. How
How can I create a new branch and push it to the remote and then share it with the other developers? I'm following the below steps. What's wrong, missing? Developer A creates the following: git branch
I'm not sure how this happened, but recently I noticed a strange remote branch that shows up when i run the command git branch -a remotes/origin/pr/121 remotes/origin/pr/122 remotes/origin/pr/126 how
I have my code in one branch in the team git repo. Now I need to transfer (i.e push) it into another branch of the same repo which team members are using. How can I do that ? I prefer using git bash
What is a git topic branch? Does it differ from an ordinary branch in some way? Are there any branches that are not topic branches?
If I merge a git feature branch back onto master, is it best to then delete the branch? Let's say 6 months later, I want to resurrect that deleted branch (assume a freshly cloned repo). Is there a way
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 have forgot to create local branch and was working with remote. After making some changes, i by mistake using Eclipse Git plugin commit this branch in nowhere(obliviously there wasn't local branch).
I cloned something from git repository, and switched branch git clone ssh://18.104.22.168:23211/dir1/dir2 dir git branch branch1 I did some modification in my local, and committed it. And somebody else
Is there a way to track how a commit got into a branch? I'm working with git and github enterprise. A couple of days ago, I came across a situation where a commit appears to have gotten from a feature
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 recently used git svn branch to create a branch (in both Subversion and git). I noticed that (for some reason I'm not sure about; maybe a bug or maybe I created the branch incorrectly?) the git comm
Possible Duplicates: How do I push amended commit to the remote git repo? Undoing a git push Hi, I've deleted some commits from my master branch by using git reset --hard SHA_VALUE I have, however
I wish to set my master branch to the exact state that my tmp branch is at. There is incorrect changes committed on the master branch, but even after merging the tmp branch those mistakes still persis
I downloaded the android code from source.android.com. Then I created a new branch from this code: repo start mybranch platform/external/webkit Then I tried to switch to the new branch using : git ch
I've been trying to find a way to create a local branch that starts from a tag on an upstream repo I've forked and haven't found anything that helps. I have the upstream master on a master branch loca
This is the first time I do this. I imported a git project in eclipse. Then I used the shell to create another branch and checkout to the new branch. Is refreshing the imported project in Eclipse enou
I am playing with the git show-branch command and have a question regarding the output. When I execute from branch branch git show-branch I get as output: ! [branch] Add branch_file4 * [master] A
In git, supposing I have a branch master and a tag 0.0.1, if I do the following: git checkout 0.0.1 git branch -b random-fix # some changes... git checkout master git merge random-fix The branch from
It's possible that I'm not really understanding how git works here, but I have a development git branch, and then I created a new branch called development_cached I switched to the development_cached
There is somthing I don't get yet with git. It is branch. So let say that I have a local repository A which I clone from a remote one B. So now A have the master branch checked out. So when I push fro
I have a local branch test, and I want to rebase off of the remote branch test, how would I do this? I have tried git rebase origin test, but the changes someone pushed a short while ago arent being r
I used this command to check out a local branch 'mylocal' from remote branch 'origin/mater'. git checkout -b mylocal origin/master But, after awhile I forgot from which remote branch I created my loc
I downloaded last revision only of a big repository, where I need to get a latest revision of one branch so that I can test it. How do I do that? When I did git clone --depth 1 url I got last revision
Simplyfiing I have a created a git branch structure like this: Generated from: git init echo Hello World > file1.txt git add file1.txt git commit -m Hello world git checkout -b A echo This is
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 noticed the following branch merged to master branch. I have a DEV and Master stream. This branch was merged to DEV but some how also found in master when I review master by issuing git log origin/m
We're using GitHub here. I have a friend who branched our master branch, and I want to checkout his branch, make a few mods, then put them into his branch. My thought is to grab his branch using git c
How does git submodule add -b work? After adding a submodule with a specific branch, a new cloned repo (after git submodule update --init) will be at a specific commit, not the branch itself (git stat
I pulled a project from Heroku and now when I am trying to create in this project on my localhost a new branch, I always get this error message: git checkout new_branch error: pathspec 'new_branch' di
What is the difference between git branch --track and git checkout -b --track, if there is any?
Do you know if there is a way to list the space usage of a git repository per branch ? (like df or du would) By the space usage for a branch I mean the space used by the commits which are not yet s
I want to create a new shared git repository for a new project (on a VM). I ran git --bare init from /.../git/new_proj.git, but a master branch is not created in the .../git/new_proj.git/refs/heads di
How can I create a branch alias in such a way that it can be pushed and pulled without being treated as a separate branch. Some background: We have a branch named Production. For various reasons, I ca
I've deleted some local branches via git branch -d branchname, but they are still exist in autocomplete (when I put git checkout, then press tab key, I see all deleted branches in list). I've tried to
From master, I created a branch A because I wanted to add a new feature. Upon finishing the feature, I committed everything up to this point. But then I kept working on the branch, and now realize all
I just deleted the wrong branch with some experimental changes I need with git branch -D branchName. How do I recover the branch?
Let's say if I did a git checkout -b bar foo or git checkout foo git branch bar both should have created a branch bar base on the branch foo. But let's say the next day, if I want to verify that bar
I am relatively new to using git. recently from master we branched +-10 feature branches. lets call them A, B, C, etc. I want to merge these all together for testing. is it fine if I create a new bran
I having been using git flow for a while now. I am curious to learn about a specific use case. For one of my projects I have a ticket for a new website feature. This ticket depends on many sub-tasks.
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 was working on a small update on the master branch, which quickly evolved into the new version of the app. However, I wasn't tidy enough to create a new branch from the beginning, so now I'm stuck b
A-->B I have branch B which was branched out from branch A. I then had some changes to be done in branch A but accidentally committed the changes to branch B on Github (remote). I found solutions
I have remote origin with branches a, b and local branch a. I have finished working on local-a, and pushed it to remote-a. I now want to create a local branch b-myUserName based on remote b. How do I