git/github workflow on rebasing remote branch
I have a remote branch where I pushed up changes from my local, then realize there was changes to master so i checkin to master run git pull then go back to my local branch and run git rebase master, however i cant push to my remote branch now because my local is ahead of it.
I just checked out a new branch from the local one and created a new one on github and issued a pull request for that.
Is that appropriate/acceptable? Is there something I could have done to rebase off my remote branch?
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