On Wed, Aug 17, 2016 at 3:41 PM, Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> wrote:
> If the answer is "yes", then you are in the problem space that
> Git-the-tool is interested in solving.  Assuming that you have
> network connection into 'desktop' from 'home', the solution would
> involve making it the first thing to do when get home to run "git
> fetch" on 'home' to get the latest state from the 'desktop', and run
> "git push" on 'home' to push out the latest state to the 'desktop'
> before you leave 'home'.  If your 'server' is for your sole use, and
> if 'home' has network connection into 'server', then you could
> instead rendezvous at 'server' by running "git push server" on
> 'desktop' (or 'home') to 'server' as the last thing before you leave
> 'desktop' (or 'home'), and running "git fetch server" on 'home' (or
> 'desktop') as the first thing before you start working on 'home' (or
> 'desktop').

To add to this, you may need to modify the "git push" portion of the
phases and the "git fetch" potion to include all the branches you are
interested in.

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