Are you pushing to a bare repo? (It's recommended to only push to a remote
repo) . It's seems you are not, cause you wouldn't have a working directory
at all.

Take a look at https://github.com/blog/1957-git-2-3-has-been-released there
is a new command push-to-deploy but I'm not sure if it's what you are
looking for (and I never used ). And as already said, git it's not a
deployment tool.

El mar, jun 16, 2015 08:08, Chad Baloga <cbal...@gmail.com> escribió:

> I am fairly new to GIT.  When we do a push to the remote repo, the Working
> Copy on the remote does not get updated automatically.  It shows the
> changes, then we have to either discard the changes or stash them.  If this
> normal or is there a way it can automatically update?  We have 2 branches.
> At first there was only 1 branch.  Thanks!
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