Git: How do I list only local branches?
git branch -a shows both remote and local branches.
git branch -r shows remote branches.
Is there a way to list just the local branches?
When I have to use svn, I use git-svn to talk to svn. I cloned the repo with the standard git svn clone -s line, and all the remote branches at the time were there. Since then, a new branch has been c
Some Background I have been using Git for a while now. The projects that I have been working on have not been too complicated in regards to branches/tags. I have decided to use git-svn at work. The SV
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I have cloned a SVN repo with the command git svn clone ... --trunk=trunk --tags=tags --branches=branches. The operation have been correctly executed, and now when I list my branches I have all the pa
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I've got a git repository with many branches, some of them already merged and some not. Since the number of branches is quite big, how can I know which branches have not been merged yet? I would avoid
I have a problem during merging two branches. Consider the following git history structure: A---B---C feature /(1) /(2) D---E---F---G master And I need to merge 'feature' branch in point (1) and (2)
FYI - I'm a relative amateur with git, having used it for a couple of years but only on a very basic level. This is probably a beginner-level question. I'm collaborating on a git repo. I created a top
We're working with a semi-centralized git repository here where I work. Each developer has their own subtree in the central git repository, so it looks something like this: master alice/branch1 alice/
I have 2 branches in my hg repository: 1. default 2. new-feature I tried following this: http://mercurial.selenic.com/wiki/NamedBranches, I switch back to default by 'hg update -c default' but how can
I am trying to create a branch named springdevelopment and push the code it to the git. git checkout -b springdevelopment git add . git commit -m 'initial commit' git push origin springdevelopment git
I think I still have not fully understand how git works. Say, I have an index.html in my local directory home which also holds my local git repository. I constantly push my commit to a remote reposito
When I do git revert via TortoiseGit, I get this lovely window: However, when I want to do the same from the command line, the documentation manges to completely confuse me. How do I revert all local
I have to configure read-only access for some remote branches of a controlled git repository. The scenario is as follows: For our development, we have an internal development repository (1) that mir
I am currently creating topic branches: git checkout -b topic_branch ...do work... git checkout master git merge topic_branch but currently when I do this, I lose history of my 'topic_branch' and all
I have created many branches in local and remote. I want delete all the branch from local as well as remote. Note:I don't want delete each and every branches one by one. Thanks
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I'm kind of new on GIT, I read this Guide and it is very useful... I have some doubts regarding how to properly use the a branch... I have mainly two branches: Master branch (containing the relase ve
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I would like to list all commits on all remote branches in my repository. I just want the SHA1 for each commit. Thanks!
I'm comparing remote branches, in order to see if a branch can safely be merged into Master, in order for Master to be released. I'm doing the following: git diff --name-status origin/develbranch ...
I was reading up on http://pages.github.com/ and one thing caught my eye: If you create a new root branch named gh-pages in your repository, any content pushed there will be published to [url] I sea
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I've cloned a remote repository which has several branches, worked on one of those branches, committed the changes and pushed. After a time interval during which colleagues have modified the remote re
Our team allows people to push personal and feature branches to a server for things they are working on. This is all properly namespaced, e.g. personal/sally/somebug and features/foos etc. But the ser
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I have an App.Local.config file which each developer has their own settings in. I do not want this file checked versioned in the GIT repo as every time it would be overwritten by another developers ch
I have two branches. One is master, and the other one i myBranch and they look something like this: master | | myBranch | / | / |/ | I want to merge them into one branch, keeping all the changes from
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I've read about git clean and git reset but I don't think they do what I need. I tried git pull but it didn't fix the issue (git pull results in: Already up-to-date.) My remote repo at github is fine.
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I know I can test this experimentally, but having discussion would be nice. If I have a local head on (local branch) master that has diverged from the remote master, I tend to do a git pull --rebase t
Relatively simple question but I can't find much on the internet. All my search results simply show how to use git branches but doesn't explain how its different. I know that with SVN, creating a new
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