How to manage role of branch in Git? [closed]
I'm using Git to manage my project but I had a problem with role of branches. Any branch in Git can push code of them to remote/master branch, so it make me confuse when I merge to stable versions. Because may be a developer pushed to my master branch.
I have a master branch and a working branch_1. I want to 'move' branch_1 exactly as it is to master. So I want something like this: git checkout master git merge branch_1 # I don't know what is correc
so i'm starting out using Git + GitHub. In our little distributed team, each member is creating their own branch for each issue/requirement they are allocated. git branch Issue#1 <-- create this b
I've been working on a system to keep a BRANCH_DESCRIPTION file whenever I create a topic branch in git. Like others have mentioned, I too sometimes forget what I created a branch for, even though I t
When fetching a single branch, git fetch includes any tags that point into the branch: When refspec stores the fetched result in remote-tracking branches, the tags that point at these branches are au
I messed my local branch of a project, and i want to revert my local copy to the remote state. How i acomplish that simply goal?
How would you accomplish this? mkdir newbuild cd newbuild git init 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
Let's assume that we've got some git submodule in directory submod. Now I'm doing such commands: # git submodule update --init submod # cd submod # git branch * (no branch) master If submodule loca
I would like to start working on another developer's feature branch (we use git and git flow). AFAIK The branch has been published (pushed). How can I get it to my local repository? I tried: git flow
I have Jenkins job that calls Python script in it's configuration. Script creates few files and executes git add path/to/new/files, git commit -m foobar and then git push -u origin my_branch. If I c
I've been using a git branch with a remote repo as well (Bit bucket) I decided to create a new branch so ran this code Directory= ~/tmp/merge/aaa> git branch iOSUI/beta Directory= ~/tmp/merge/aaa&g
I have the following message in git: # Your branch and 'origin/master' have diverged, # and have 3 and 8 different commits each, respectively. # (use git pull to merge the remote branch into yours)
I have multiple branches setup for a project. Does a git pull do a pull/merge for my current branch or for all the branches?
In another question it was recommend that I try resetting a remote tracking branch to an earlier commit and performing an import a second time. I can't figure out how to do that! I can reset master, b
I set just a simple description for my local branch and now I'd like to see it. How one can see description for a branch set by issuing git branch --edit-description?
I have a SVN repository which I checked out with git-svn, using the --stdlayout option (at that time, the repo was empty). I then worked on the master branch for a while. When using git svn dcommit, i
I have my master branch and do this: git checkout -b parentBranch git ... (do some commits) git checkout -b childOfParentBranch (this is while still on branch parentBranch) git ... (do some commits)
I did: git co upstream/master # To no branch. <then did a trivial edit on some file...> git commit -a -m Trivial edit git push origin NewBranch But got this: $ git push origin ignore-netbeans
I just accidentally typed git branch -- merged instead of git branch --merged and now when I type it correctly, I see a new merged-in branch called merged. I'm not sure if this is a feature of git
I use GIT to manage my project's source code, using SourceTree locally and BitBucket to host the code remotely. I made a new branch, called MyFeature. At some point I renamed the branch, say to fea
Let's say I have a Git repo with branch A and branch B. Branch B is currently checked out (i.e. .git/HEAD contains refs/heads/B). Now, without checking out branch A, how to view the history (log) of p
Possible Duplicate: Change the current branch to master in git I have two branch in my git repo: master seotweaks (created originally from master) I created seotweaks with the intention of quick
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
I have one branch master on the server (remote). I created new local branch that doesn't exist on the remote (server). How can I add (push) the branch to the remote (server) without merging it with th
What does the branch parameter mean when issuing git fetch <remote_repo> <branch> ?
I'm writing a short script with a few simple variables at the top of the page. I want to work on them with a friend, but we aren't sure how to manage the variables needing to be changed after pulling
How do you manage your PHPUnit files in your projects? Do you add it to your git repository or do you ignore them? Do you use @assert tag in your PHPdocs codes?
When you run git pull on the master branch, it typically pulls from origin/master. I am in a different branch called newbranch, but I need to run a command that does a git pull from origin/master into
We have a project where one of the developers made a few commits into the master branch -- instead of creating a separate branch off of master -- and broke things. How do I: Undo those commits in mas
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
I'm working on a remote branch named sidebar, created like this (from my pc, not remote repo) : $ git branch sidebar $ git checkout sidebar $ git push -u origin sidebar $ git pull origin sidebar Afte
Just cloned a git repo which has (besides the master branch) a lot of development branches. How can I tell which branch it was that the latest change was made to? Most elegantly of course.
I've been wondering if there's an easy way to push and pull a local branch with a remote branch with a different name without always specifying both names. For example: $ git clone myrepo.git $ git ch
I'm currently learning Git and have an issue understanding how Git retrieves files from a branch when you check it out. From what I understand the branch is just a pointer to a commit. So I believed t
I have a git repository. When I do 'git branch', it said $ git branch * com-2.1-SS and then I do 'git log', i get a list of my commit $ git log commit ff878926b78614e8bf6af161da06070618e9ff6b commi
With git-svn If I have cloned svn repository with all trunk, branches and tags, how do I create a new svn branch out of a svn branch? I know I can create a new branch from trunk (master) with git svn
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 have a local branch tracking the remote/master branch. After running git-pull and git-log, the log will show all commits in the remote tracking branch as well as the current branch. However, because
Hey guys how would I checkout a specific branch from another remote address? Thanks
I have updated my bash file so that the current git branch is displayed followed the instructions here: git branch in prompt. What I ended up using is: PS1=\u@\h \W \$(__git_ps1)\$ 1) I can't see
git flow only allows one hotfix branch at any one time. So rather than typing: git flow hotfix finish hotfix_branch I'dl like to create an alias that uses the only existing hotfix branch name. Someth
git-fetch manual page says: git fetch remote_repo will update remote-tracking branches of all branches from the remote repository. What if I only need fetch a single remote branch? I try to run: gi
Working with git, after some 'commit', and a couple of 'push', I realized that am using the wrong branch ! Now I have to remove in some way my changes in wrong_branch and commit and push the changes i
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I'm trying to determine the first commit in a branch. I've read various other SO posts (including Finding a branch point with Git?), but they don't give me what I'm after. From looking at a branch gra
How can I get list of branches emerging from any branch in git ? Also what is the difference between fetch and pull command in git ?
Lets say I have a git branch (call it v1.1) that was created based on the branch named v1.0. I make changes to files in the v1.1 branch and other engineers make changes in the v1.0 branch. I have not
Is there shortcut that will allow to push to selected branch? It can be a command, or something similar: git push branch that will run this code: git push origin $(git branch | grep '*' | sed -e 's/*
I've accidentally unhitched my master branch from tracking origin master I think. It used to be that I could run git pull and git push and it would know that I meant git push origin master but now it
While working with git-svn, and a 'typical' svn repo /trunk, /branches/..., /tags/... How do I push a local branch to a new branch inside of /branches ?
I've seen this answer, but I'm unsure of what the answerer meant by using git branch -f .. in order to complete the task. I have three branches, my master branch has a bunch of files that I don't want