Christophe wrote:
> I am using git-remote-hg to access to projects on bitbucket.  I can clone the
> master branch fine and push to it.  I also see hg branches as
> remotes/origin/branches/«branch».  However, if I create a local branch
> "branches/x" and want to push it to remotes/origin/branches/x, it gets pushed
> to the remote master (aka default) branch.

Which version of the script and Git are you using?

If I do `git push origin branches/test` it works fine, I can see the branch in

> What is the recommended way of working with multiple branches when
> interacting with a remote hg repository?

My recommendation is to avoid them (I don't see the point of them), but they
should work.

Felipe Contreras--
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