On Sunday, 5 August 2012 06:29:08 UTC-7, Konstantin Khomoutov wrote:
>
> On Sun, Aug 05, 2012 at 02:00:33AM -0700, THUFIR HAWAT wrote: 
>
> > I'm not quite clear on how to branch.  If I'm in the master, commit and 
> > push, so that everything is up to date, and then create a branch, how do 
> I 
> > push that branch? 
>
> $ git push <remote> <thatbranch> 
>
> will push the branch <thatbranch> to the remote <remote>. 
>
[..]

Perfect, thank you.  Actually, your answer wasn't surprising, and I'm not 
sure why I didn't try that.  I'm not sure that, for me, that was an 
intuitive answer, but certainly not from left field.

I'll try and read up on it, thanks  again :)


-Thufir
 

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