On Apr 5, 3:42 pm, Johannes Müller <dersinndesleb...@gmx.net> wrote:
> I modified my master branch without committing the changes. Now I want
> these changes in a new branch "mod" on the remote site and my working
> copy without changing anything else. The master branch on the remote end
> (github) should stay untouched, since the changes are not stable. How
> can I push my changes to a new (still not existing) branch?

# On your working copy
git checkout -mb mod
git config branch.mod.remote origin
git config branch.mod.merge refs/heads/mod
git commit -am "Changes for branch mod"
git push origin mod


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