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I have a Git repository that has branch (local and remote) that has become outdated. I would like to bring this branch up to date with the master branch, but I don’t know how to do this. There will also probably be many merge conflicts. How can I bring or update this out-of-date branch to […]
I’m pretty new to using git, and I use it to contribute to the AOKP Android ROM. I’ve successfully created a few branches, modified the code, and uploaded the commits that have gotten merged on the remote end. But in my local repository, those branches are still showing up (even though they show up as […]
I have a branch with actual sources and I did not make any commits for a long time to master, and at the moment it’s completely out of date. I want to just replace master’s content with the content of my branch. One way to do it is to checkout both branch and master, delete […]
I tried: git branch “MyProj/bin/ ignored” and received: fatal: ‘MyProj/bin/ ignored’ is not a valid branch name. The git-branch man page points to the git-check-ref-format man page to get the actual rules for a valid branch name. Sure enough, the reason for the above fatal error appears to be the inclusion of a space character. […]
Our git repo is on a Linux server; I can be on the master branch or create a new branch that I can go inside and use. Our git repo disk is mounted on AIX box to build (I can see git directory in the AIX box that allows me to build) In the AIX […]
In SVN I have at least two ways to create a branch: svn cp /home/me/localcheckout/trunk /home/me/localcheckout/branches/newbranch svn cp http://server/trunk http://server/branches/newbranch The first creates it locally then I have to commit the whole branch. The second creates it on the server. The benefit of the second is that I can svn switch my local trunk, make […]
In Git, I understand that a branch is a pointer to a commit. How do I make a specific branch point to a specific commit? Say I want to make master point at 1258f0d0aae…, how do I do that?
I’m sure this is a simple thing that has been asked and answered, but I don’t know what terms to search for. I have this: /–master–X–Y A–B \–C–D–E Where I commited C, D, and E (locally only) on a branch, but then I realized that D and E are really independent of C. I want […]
I have a local branch named ‘my_local_branch‘, which tracks a remote branch origin/my_remote_branch. Now, the remote branch has been updated, and I am on the ‘my_local_branch‘ and want to pull in those changes. Should I just do: git pull origin my_remote_branch:my_local_branch Is this the correct way?