> Local Repo 12 commits ahead of origin/master
means, that You haven't pushed your last 12 commits to remote (@github)
if you do:
# what is the same as
git push origin master
then You'll see your changes on github.
10-09-2012 14:14, "Rick DeNatale" <rick.denat...@gmail.com> napisał(a):
> On Mon, Sep 10, 2012 at 7:25 AM, P Rouleau <proulea...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Your steps seem to imply he must use the same new_branch_name in 1) and
>> in 5). We can simplify this by avoiding renaming the master branch. I
>> believe it is already tracking the github's origin.
>> So the steps can be rewritten like this:
>> 1) git branch feature_branch_name
>> 2) git stash
>> 3) git fetch
>> 4) git reset --hard origin/master
>> 5) git push origin feature_branch_name
>> 6) git co feature_branch_name
>> 7) git stash pop
>> First we create a feature_branch_name on the tip of the local master,
>> since it is ahead of the origin's one.
>> Then we stash the local changes and we reset the master branch to the
>> same commit than the origin (3 & 4). The fetch is required when
>> many developers push to the same remote. (Always use reset with care, since
>> we can loose work. In doubt, create a temporarily branch as a safety net.)
>> Then we create the feature branch on the remote (5). It does not need to
>> be the current branch.
>> Then we switch to the feature branch (6) and we recover the stashed
>> modifications to continue the work on the feature branch. We can skip 5 if
>> we do not want to publish it now and want to add more commits before.
>> After that, we simply push to origin to update it with the new commits,
>> ie: git push. If we commited on many tracked branches but want to push only
>> one, we have to specify the branch name, ie: git push origin branch_name.
> The problem is he said that he already made 12 commits to master in his
> local repo. So that stash will only save any uncommitted changes since the
> last commit.
> I believe that my suggestion will leave him in the same state as if he had
> started the branch at the 'right' time in the past.
> Rick DeNatale
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