> Pushing is sending commits over into another repository; this act has
> nothing to do with adding files to be under Git's control or for
> changes made to them to appear in the next commit.
> The next problem is that under no circumstance Git itself reports a
> message "An internal Exception occured" because its source code simply
> does not contain anything like this. Judging from the looks of this
> error message, my mad telepathic skillz suggest me this is an error
> reported by some Git front-end program (or an IDE) running on Windows.
I am using Eclipse for PHP IDE in Debian/Wheezy.
> Since in a freshly initialized Git repository there indeed exists no
> branch named "master" ("refs/heads/master" is the full name of a branch
> named "master", and "ref", in Git's lingo, designates a symbolic
> reference to a commit or to another reference, so tags and branches are
> all refs), what you're seeing, supposedly, is a result of an attempt to
> push somewhere the history of an *unborn* branch master. Most probably
> you just did not record any commit in your repository belonging to the
> branch "master" (or, more likely, I reckon, no commit at all).
I did a commit to the local repository before pushing to the central
repository. But this error keep coming.
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