Hi, This is what i did,

git main repo, call it (M):

- clone (M) call it (M-merge)

- clone (M) call it (C-merge)
 - on C-merge, add a new remote for (M-merge), call it Remote-M

 - on C-merge, create a branch called SC-merge and set it track Remote-M

 - make a commit to SC-merge and try to push it. it says everything is 
   but clearly i have one commit, which i want it to be pushed to (M-merge).

   when i googled around, i realized the problem seem to be we can't push a
   local branch to a remote master branch. But that's precisely is my 
   how do i get around this problem.

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