How do I create a remote branch?
If I create branches on my local git repos like so:
git checkout -b test
then do a push
I don't actually see the new branch
test in my GitHub page. How do I make my remote branches mirror my local branches?
When I made a commit (even though there were no changes) and ran:
git push origin test
that worked. But is that the correct way? Shouldn't a
git push push all local changes to the remote repository?
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