On Sat, Aug 03, 2013 at 09:14:59AM +0200, Andreas Schwab wrote:
> Daniel Convissor <dani...@analysisandsolutions.com> writes:
> > Long ago I added a remote to my repo. It is set to track what was then
> > WordPress' main release branch (3.4-branch) and created a local branch
> > to use it. Well, time marches on. I want to update my remote and
> > branch to track the new main release branch (3.6-branch).
> > Here's how I set things up at the time:
> > git remote add -t 3.4-branch -f wp https://github.com/WordPress/WordPress
> > git checkout -b wp wp/3.4-branch
> Use "git remote set-branches" to change the tracked branches of a
> remote. Use "git branch --set-upstream-to" to change the upstream of a
> branch (or create a new branch from the new upstream).
Thanks. Those commands were introduced in 1.8. Is there a way to do it
in 1.7, please?
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