how do I push a branch in git to a remote
I am trying to do a Rails 3 upgrade.
So what I did is a created a branch -b rails-3
I've been working in that branch
I want to push it into a remote repository (just in case something goes down on my local machine)
How do I do that?
If I do git push it says everything is up to date....
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