[git-users] Re: Send local branch changes to remote branch

2009-11-12 Thread Jeffrey
Tnx for this reply, very usefull for me too. But can you explain how git will work, if i anyway modify origin/master , like checkout origin/master vim git checkout -a Okay, so origin/master in your repo is a local branch to where the remote's master branch was when you last looked.

Re: [git-users] Re: Send local branch changes to remote branch

2009-11-12 Thread apm
The simple answer: you can't really modify origin/master locally. Jeffrey -- Thank you. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups Git for human beings group. To post to this group, send email to git-us...@googlegroups.com. To unsubscribe from this

[git-users] Re: Send local branch changes to remote branch

2009-11-12 Thread Konstantin Khomoutov
On 12 ноя, 17:09, apm korja...@gmail.com wrote: The simple answer: you can't really modify origin/master locally. Jeffrey To further augment what Jeffrey said -- if you don't want the wrongly committed changes to get lost, then, while on that detached HEAD, do git tag mywork to tag the

[git-users] Re: Send local branch changes to remote branch

2009-11-11 Thread Mac Martine
Thanks so much for the detailed reply. I'll read this a few times over and pull up the docs. I have some things to learn :) On Nov 11, 8:12 am, Konstantin Khomoutov khomou...@gmail.com wrote:  I'm new to this and having an issue. I have a local branch origin/ master. Using gitx I did a

[git-users] Re: Send local branch changes to remote branch

2009-11-11 Thread apm
Konstantin Khomoutov : In other words, that origin/master is local only in the sense that it is physically present on your machine, but it is not local in the sense that you can modify it. It is a reference branch, if you prefer. Really local branches are those you fork manually. Tnx