I have 2 local branches: master and another_branch. This branches have few commits on server. My tracked branch: another_branch. I use git reset –hard and current branch loses all current local commits. But on server all is no different. How do I can return previous stage before using hard reset?
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 topic branch named foo, made changes, committed, pushed, and sent a pull request for my other collaborators […]
I am having 3 branches i.e, develop, feature, xyz. Right now I am working in xyz branch and commit here. Then i have followed these steps git checkout feature git merge xyz — Here it copied that commit and created one more commit as “merge: prev_commit latest_commit”. So in feature i have 2 new commits […]
I have created on branch named as “sub-branch”. I am creating on file test1.txt after switching to sub-brnach using command git checkout sub-branch. Now when i switch to master branch using command git checkout master without committing the changes of the sub-branch, the file test1.txt is also shown in master branch. Why the file test1.txt […]
I’d like to automate the creation of feature branches that match in multiple projects. I can script this but to speed things up it would be nice if I could just tell the remote repo to create the branch, without cloning the entire source code. Is this possible?
I wish to do the following: Nobody can push directly to master, any attempt would get rejected. Merge Requests can be made by anyone but not approved by anyone, just admins. Essentially, master is something I want nobody to be able to push to directly, only via pull requests, which only the administrators can approve. […]
I would like to know how to create git branches as below: –> I have a master branch –> I want to create branch1, make some changes and will push later. –> on same master branch i want to create another branch, branch 2 for some other changes. my problem is i want to use […]
I just add some new files, modifies, one folder in my git repo, I use git branch to display my local git repository, I get below results: $ git branch – dev_game_v3 * master what’s the meaning of the horizontal line? any error here about my repo?
There are times when I’m pulling new changes from a repo that someone else changed. They have created new branches and pushed them to the central repo. Is there a way, when pulling these new branches, to get git to automatically create tracking branches of the same name locally?
This question already has an answer here: Why does Git tell me “Not currently on any branch” after I run “git checkout origin/<branch>”? 1 answer