Thiago Farina <> writes:

> $ git push origin master # here I expected it would working pushing my
> commits to a feature-work branch in github. Or if I omit master it
> gives me a [rejected] error.
> Everything up-to-date.

If your workflow is to push one branch at a time, and you have the same
naming locally and remotely (i.e. your local branch feature-work should
be pushed as feature-work on github), then you probably want to set the
variable 'push.default' to either 'current', 'upstream' or 'simple' if
you use the last version of Git. Read about it there:

(search push.default)

Matthieu Moy
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