On the remote machine, just get into the equivalent working directory and
do a "git pull". At least that is what I do. Assuming I really understand
what you are wanting. As an example I do:
work$ git add new.program
work$ git commit -m 'add new.program to local git'
work$ git push #send to my bare repository
work$ ssh othermachine
othermachine$ cd working-directory
othermachine$ git pull #synchronize to the bare repository I just updated
othermachine$# do work on remote machine such as compile.
work$exit #go home for the day
On Mon, Sep 30, 2013 at 10:04 AM, denis zbitnev <zbit...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I've made commit on my local working copy on my local xterm
> than a made push
> than I go through ssh on remote box with my pushed last commit
> and the question is how to
> checkout ???? working copy on remote machine to get my last commit
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I have _not_ lost my mind! It is backed up on a flash drive somewhere.
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