Merge 2 branches in git ignoring branch in between?
I want to merge a branch into another branch selectively & then merge another branch ignoring 1 branch in between. How do I do this with Git? I am using Git Extensions for visual studio.
I clearly do not understand git at all. This is what I'm getting: git branch (outputs that I'm on master) git checkout -b foo echo next line >> file (file is an existing file) git add file (st
Is it possible to, instead of merging one branch into another existing branch, merge 2 branches into a 3rd new branch?
I find it little confusing to know the difference between git branch --set-upstream-to vs git remote add origin or even git remote add upstream Basically I have a bare repository created with git init
Suppose i have Branch A and then i have master branch. Now i am confused is these two same git checkout master git merge Branch A git push origin master git checkout Branch A git merge master git pus
We are having a develop branch, and many different feature-branches. Now we have an extern developer, who created a feature-branch, and made an pull request to our repository (https://github.com/massi
I already managed to merge branches from multiple GIT repositories into a single new repository (using a combination of git filter-branch and git fetch/merge). But I cannot seem to merge the tag
History: Remote had 8 branches and I forked to create my origin. I created my branch and started working on it. I switched to origin master branch and pulled the remote master branch. Situation: Re
I have converted a SVN project to git using svn2git. Everything went o.k. except there is no relation between the branches. Each branch starts with the same commits (same SHA1 hash value as the master
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).
Ok... so I merged these two branches together that my co-worker and I were working on. However, he decides to stay on his old branch and do another commit/push.... So now I have to find a way to merge
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
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
Hay, I've only just started to use GIT and think its wonderful. However I'm a little confused over what the 'merge' does. Say we have a working project in the brach called A I got home and make change
I have a remote repo on github, and on my local machine I have a few different branches (so I can switch between the branches using git checkout master, git checkout branch2, etc.). When I run the
Which is a recommended method when bringing aosp ics branch into master(my project main branch), git merge or git rebase? (By the way I read git rebase vs git merge, but still confused which is the pr
$ git branch develop * feature/bug_76 master $ git branch -r origin/HEAD -> origin/master origin/develop origin/feature/implement_IBResponder origin/master origin/origin origin/sculptor_strategy L
When using git, is there a way to show commits made to a branch, while ignoring all commits that were brought in by merging? I'm trying to review the code changes made on a branch while ignoring the
When I try to merge two branches in Xcode the current branch is null, merge dialog text as the following : choose the branch to merge into the current branch the current branch of your working copy is
When I am not on the master branch, git sometimes complains You asked me to pull without telling me which branch you want to merge with, and 'branch.basics.merge' in your configuration file does not
I have a bunch of remote (tracking) branches that I have created local branches from (so I can write, commit and push) eg. origin/myfeature. Now I would like to merge origin/myfeature into master. I c
Use-case: every time I want to move commit from one git branch to another I perform the following sequence of actions: [commit into working branch] git checkout branch-to-merge-into git cherry-pick t
I am somewhat new to git, I've been using it for a number of months, and Im comfortable doing most of the basic tasks. So... I think its time to take on some more complicated tasks. At my work, we hav
I have a branch that has the content of the master branch as a subdirectory. Now I made some changes to this subdirectory. Ideally I want to be able to merge these changes back into the master branch.
Possible Duplicate: Git - how to force merge conflict and manual merge on selected file We're trying to do a merge between two branches: stable code, and new features. The merge functionality is not
We have 2 branches master branchX BranchX was created to solve some compatibility problem, where a about 10 files had to be changed. Development on master continues and at a certain stage, I want to
Can anybody explain me about the difference between following two procedures: Creating a new branch from existing one in git & then Editing it followed by committing. Editing an existing branch &
I'd like to be able to layer other branches on top of an existing branch, and have those branches be revisioned independently. This would be useful, for example, to allow the binaries for various subp
noob to git: expanding on this question a little I created a repository and committed my README.md to the master branch. My local folder structure is: projectName --README.md -- + part1 -- -- README
I've been searching around here for to look for an answer and it seems I may just be making incorrect assumptions on how git branches are supposed to work. I have my master branch and I've created a f
I have branch master, branch develop from master and branch test from develop. All 3 branches are from initial commit. In test I have two commits. I make git checkout develop && git merge --no
Let me explain the problem in detail. I have a main git branch on which I created a new side branch bug10101010, now I wan't to merge the bug10101010 to main. So far everything is good. Now I have a d
I am working on a local git repository. There are two branches, master and feature_x. I want to push feature_x to the remote repo, but I do not want to push the changes on the master branch. Will a gi
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
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
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
Is there any way of simulating a git merge between two branches (current working branch and the master), but without making any changes? I often have conflicts when I have to make a git merge. Is ther
In git, is it possible to merge the master of a fork to the main repo but only as a new branch? That way nothing really gets replaced and it's easier to go back since it's in a separate branch.
I have created a testing branch. It has a lot of tiny commits to build one feature. At the end of it, I want to take the final completed changes, and put them into the master branch. The master branch
I have cloned https://github.com/hardkernel/linux/tree/odroid-3.8.y, and would like to find the diffs between this and the last merge point ('v184.108.40.206' of git://kernel.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/linux) Any i
I've been using git --assume-unchanged yacs/settings/development.py to ignore my local database configuration file in my dev branch. But when I want to switch branches (for deployments), I get an erro
I have 2 branches in my project branch1 and branch2. This is the order of commits on the braches. output of git log on branch1: commit 'a' commit 'b' commit 'c' commit 'd' output of git log on branch
This question already has an answer here: How do I tell git to always select my local version for conflicted merges on a specific file? 1 answer I have two branches, A and B. Branch A have a di
I have pulled all remote branches via git fetch --all. I can see the branch I'd like to merge via git branch -a as remotes/origin/branchname. Problem is its not accessible. I can't merge or checkout?
I have two local git branches on my machine - a branch called v2 and a branch called master. I'm merging v2 into master while master is checked out and the head branch. I'd like to merge the v2
I have several git repos that I would like to merge into one. Is there a way to do this and maintain the branches? I don't want to merge just master branches. Thanks
In recent times I seem to have this repeating scenario of having multiple feature branches under development, with one feature branch (feature-b in the below picture) depending on support of another i
I had an SVN background before and I get used to working between branches alternatively as a charm with it. however, when I was trying to get myself familiar with GIT, I only found this VC work differ
I've got a pair of git-svn branches which have been manually kept in sync by applying patches and what-not; git-merge has not been used. The branches are now in sync, which is to say that git diff A B
Is it possible to open a file in a git branch without checking out that branch? How? Essentially I want to be able to open a file in my github pages branch without switching branches all the time. I d
how can I list newly created(added) files between two branches? I can list all files that have been changed with: git diff --color --name-only branch1..branch2 But that also contains files, that just