git branch manager ui?
Is there any git UI for managing just git branches, hidding commits? All currently available git clients show big log report with all commits in branches, so I might lost the focus of a branch that is not on screen, due to many commits that happened recently.
I want to be able to 'minimize' or to 'collapse' all commits into single dot (bigger dot - more commits are collapsed) or line (thicker line - more commits) and to visualize only branches that then can be manipulated. So, again, it is like SmartGit log view, but with collapsed commits of branch, so I can quickly see just the git branch tree.
I have a git branch with let us say 2 directories, with some code files in it: htmlcode jscode and I've made a tarball of this 2 directories in the same branch with Git. But to create a tarball with
I'd like to create local branch based on other branch. For example I type: git checkout -b feature1 release1.1.3 After that I get: fatal: git checkout: updating paths is incompatible with switching br
So I have a project hosted on github. I created a branch on one computer, then pushed my changes to github with git push origin branch-name Now I am on a different computer, and I want to download t
Git branch heads and tags are pointers to commits, and these pointers can move either implicitly (after a commit) or explicitly (after a branch -m). Does Git record the history of the state of these p
I want to change my branch from branch1 to branch2 but changes of branch1 is overriding changes of branch2 so git is not allowing me to checkout note : I don't want to commit changes to branch1 comman
I have deleted and pushed a branch, but it is still showing in branch -r for other users: serverAlpha $ git push origin --delete origin/issue186 serverAlpha $ git push serverBeta $ git pull serverBeta
I am wanting to double check my work with git. I am trying to use a remote repo server: I want to only work on MYBRANCH, so I only clone MYBRANCH /usr/local/git/bin/git clone -b MYBRANCH firstname.lastname@example.org
I have master branch where i commited my last change now i run git branch test checkout test i deleted file README in the project folder then i run git checkout master and there is no README file a
I have a question related to git merge workflow. When we merge one branch to another, AFAIK two things may happen: either a single commit would be created on the destination branch (in non fast-forwar
I have many git repositories. I'm writing script which creates newBranch from master at every repo. So I do this command set for every repo: git checkout master git branch newBranch git push origin ne
I cloned a friend's git repository to my workstation. I then created my own branch and started working on it. I have also been given the ssh private key of the remote repository where I originally clo
How can I see the diff between a local branch and a remote branch?
Currently when I'm using GIT I create a branch for each job and make various commits before I'm finished. I then merge back with my master branch and push upstream. I'm likely to have several branches
I am wondering what happens if I create a branch in git that have the same name as a remote branch. Would the first branch stop to exist in the remote repository once I push my branch? For example, le
What is a git topic branch? Does it differ from an ordinary branch in some way? Are there any branches that are not topic branches?
I have four branches in my git repository, which is managed using GitHub: Production Staging Master [person's name]-development Is there a way to restrict write access to only a single branch ([pers
I have two branches, master and mybranch in a git repository. In a local folder cloned from the git repository before adding the second branch, I can only see the first branch, as expected: xxx$ git b
So far, I have cloned an empty git repo, and created a new branch with 'git checkout -b branchname'. My understanding is that typing 'git branch' should now give me some output like * mybranch master
I created a branch, worked on it, merged it with the base branch and now want to delete it. The branch was created on the git remote server as well. Now when I ran git branch -d branch, it removed it
So on Computer A, I did the following. git branch test git push On a different machine Computer B, I pull the changes and track the remote branch test git pull --all git checkout -t origin/test all
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
When performing a code review my approach is to use meld to view the changes to the branch: Step 1. Using git log to find the sha1's of the first and last commits on the branch git log --graph --onel
It usually happens that local branch is behind/ahead remote branch and git reports about it: $ git status On branch develop Your branch is ahead of 'origin/develop' by 3 commits. (use git push to pu
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
how do I fetch a remote branch and update git's local ref for that branch without effecting the current branch? For example if I do this $ git pull origin master origin/master is merged into my curre
I have a private repository on my own server hosted with gitolite. Now I want to opensource it on github, but still have one private branch. All howtos are implying that I want to mirror whole repo wi
I checked out a new branch my_branch from master to create a new feature for my app, but I break another feature while doing it. I don't want to delete changes in my_branch but want to go back to mas
I have this message on git status: # On branch YYY # Your branch is ahead of 'origin/XXX' by 10 commits. # nothing to commit (working directory clean) Branch YYY is child of branch XXX. But normally
Possible Duplicate: Deleting a badly named git branch I created a branch by mistake which starts with hyphen - , in starting character. For example git checkout -b -z/username/workname origin if I
The command git branch -a lists a bunch of branches that are NOT on the repository, and NOT local branches. How can these be deleted? * develop master remotes/origin/cloner For example, remotes/orig
this a silly question no doubt but I am a beginner and could not find the answer.. how can I launch a git branch somewhere on my site, without affecting my master branch.. so see the changes it contai
Pretty sure I'm misunderstanding git. My goal I have a private repo on github with a master branch. I would like to also have a production branch, which I will push all my changes from master to.
This question already has an answer here: Can I make the gh-pages branch of my git repository a mirror of the Master branch? 1 answer Is it possible to setup a branch that will always contain w
I'd like to improve my current aliases, most of them work over a branch. Is there a way to refer to the current branch in a git alias so I don't need to pass it each time? like this one: git config al
I tried to make a git branch testbranch, after this checkout git checkout testbranch. Then I edited a file, for example README. Now I tried to switch back to master branch, and it always makes a m
I have created branch with git checkout -b mybranch. It seems that something went wrong, and now I can't delete it using git branch -D mybranch. It says: error: branch 'mybranch' not found.
This question may sound silly, and I am pretty much an amateur in git, but does the git merge or git pull command, creates a new branch when there are conflicts?
Today I had to work with a remote branch called origin/}__test_syntax_error_in_simpack_settings. I wanted to create a tracking branch for it. I had to type: git branch }__test_syntax_error_in_simpack_
I just created a new git repository and only did one commit. Now I do not see a master branch. These are roughly the commands I ran. git init git checkout -b dev (I made some changes to the monitored
I try to remove the git remote branch on the bitbucket by git push command: qty:workspace qrtt1$ git push origin :my_branch remote: fatal: bad object 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000 remote: b
I have some Android device source code uploaded to a git repository. The code is currently on the master branch. I want to add a different Android source code (different android version) in the same r
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 have ready many articles about protecting remote branches... I however would like to capture in a git hook the following LOCAL repo command: git branch -d abranchthatshouldnotbedeleted I would like
Given this working flow: http://nvie.com/posts/a-successful-git-branching-model/ Let's say there are extra commits pushed on the hotfixes branch on the git server (origin), and i want to reset the hot
I'm going through a tutorial and it said this command, git branch -a would list all my remotes, both local and remote. So i did that and this is what i got. David-Adamss-MacBook-Pro:releventz davida
I created this repo as a sample: https://github.com/neves/deploy-workflow I do my work on master and use the deploy branch for deploying to server. On master branch, I don't want to track the asse
Is it possible to delete a remote branch with hg-git? I can delete the tag locally (hg bm -d old-branch), but it's not obvious how to tell the git server to do the same.
So i've got something like this for a repository atm. D-Hewards-MacBook-Pro:project dheward$ git branch -r origin/master unfuddle/master Interestingly because it is the master branch of the unfuddle
I wanted to get the current git branch name to build binaries with a filename that contains the branch name. Is that possible in Netbeans(7.1) with ant ?
I'm trying to see what branch I'm on, but its not working... $ git checkout -b test Switched to a new branch 'test' $ git branch $ git branch -a $