Git branch push to different repo

I apologize for the stupid question, but I feel like I’ve really struck a rut with this one.

Currently, I’m hosting my app at PHPFog and to my knowledge they don’t allow pushing of any other branch aside from your master branch. My solution was to simply create another app/repo for development.

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  • One Solution collect form web for “Git branch push to different repo”

    $ git remote add dev-origin <dev_repo_url>
    
    $ git push --set-upstream dev-origin dev
    

    where dev is the name of your development branch.

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