Hi, 2012/3/29 Alexey Shein <con...@gmail.com>: > 29 марта 2012 г. 5:47 пользователь Yasuo Ohgaki <yohg...@ohgaki.net> написал: >> Hi, >> >> I was following the instruction of the pull request page >> >> https://qa.php.net/pulls/#repo=php-src >> >> The instruction on the page only considered working on >> master, but php-src has several active branches. >> >> I merged this simple patch to master, >> then cherry-picked the commit to 5.4. and 5.3. >> >> git push >> >> didn't push all branches, but the current one. >> So I did >> >> git push origin 5.4:PHP-5.4 >> git push origin 5.3:PHP-5.3 >> >> Is this the way should do or am I doing wrong? > > Hi, you did everything right. It seems just your local branches are > not configured to track remote ones, that's why you pushed only > master. > You can check your setup with command > $ git remote show origin > Watch out section "Local branches configured for 'git push'), you > should get something similar to (your local branch names may vary): > Local refs configured for 'git push': > PHP-5.3 pushes to PHP-5.3 > (up to date) > PHP-5.4 pushes to PHP-5.4 > (up to date) > master pushes to master > (up to date) > > If you're not, then track your branches with a command like: > $ git branch --set-upstream PHP-5.3 origin/PHP-5.3 > > Hope it helps.
Now I understood what should I do. Thank you. -- Yasuo Ohgaki -- PHP CVS Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php