Answers for "git push to branch command"


git push origin master --force

git push origin --force
Posted by: Guest on August-16-2020

git push to branch

# If its your first push
git push -u origin BRANCH

# Otherwise
git push origin BRANCH
Posted by: Guest on March-20-2020

git push

# Once a repo is cloned, you'll be working inside of the default branch (the default is `master`)
git clone<git-user>/<repo-name> && cd <repo-name>
# make changes and stage your files (repeat the `git add` command for each file, or use `git add .` to stage all)
git add <filename>
# now commit your code
git commit -m "added some changes to my repo!"
# push changes in `master` branch to github
git push origin master
Posted by: Guest on March-21-2020

push a local branch

Create a new branch:
git checkout -b feature_branch_name

Edit, add and commit your files.

Push your branch to the remote repository:
git push -u origin feature_branch_name
Posted by: Guest on March-23-2020

git new branch push to remote

git push -u origin <branch>
Posted by: Guest on November-02-2020

push a new branch

git push -u origin <branch-name>
Posted by: Guest on May-24-2020

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