I transferred a local project on Windows to git, create a remote repository
on GIT linux server, and pushed the local project to the remote repository.
Then I made a change in the local file and commit it. At this stage:
1. git status shows it's up-to-date with the remote repository.
2. However, if I do a "git clone http://cmtoldshrdjk01/simple.git/" from
another machine. The file is not up-to-date.
1. What I am doing wrong?
2. Is there a way I can see the content of a remote repository without
clone? I want to see what's in the remote repository in GIT linux server.
$ git remote -v
origin jhu06@cmtoldshrdjk01:/opt/git/simple.git (fetch)
origin jhu06@cmtoldshrdjk01:/opt/git/simple.git (push)
$ git status
On branch master
Your branch is up-to-date with 'origin/master'.
nothing to commit, working directory clean
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