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git push non for all the commits


git push non for all the commits

By : Desmond
Date : November 19 2020, 01:01 AM
hop of those help? I have a problem about using git push on my project. I've 7 commits to push, but they are so big for my internet connection that I can't complete the command. , Let's say you have an historic like this:
code :
A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H
|                                  |
origin/master                      master
git push <remote name> <local commit to push>:<remote branch>
git push origin B:master
git push origin C:master
...
git push origin H:master


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Pull all commits from a branch, push specified commits to another

Pull all commits from a branch, push specified commits to another


By : MaxTyT
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . The term I think you're looking for is a 'cherry pick'. That is, take a single commit from the middle of one branch and add it to another:
code :
A-----B------C
 \
  \
   D
A-----B------C
 \
  \
   D-----C'
A-----B-----C
A-----------C'
Using git-svn, if I have multiple commits not in svn, how do I only push selected commits to svn?

Using git-svn, if I have multiple commits not in svn, how do I only push selected commits to svn?


By : Hung-Kun Hsieh
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help I've been thinking about this, and have a potential solution to my own problem.
I can create a local branch for each discrete task I'm working on. If I finish one piece of work and am waiting for a code review, I can create a new branch and start working on an independent task.
Bundle commits / keep commits private on push

Bundle commits / keep commits private on push


By : Franklin de Oliveira
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help The idea would be to make your commits on a dedicated branch, but to git merge --squash them on master (or any other public branch you intent to push), since it will produce one big commit.
You would then push master on the remote repo.
Git - ignore first few commits but push other subsequent commits to branch

Git - ignore first few commits but push other subsequent commits to branch


By : Ido Moshe
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do Yes, most likely git rebase is what you want.
There's many ways to do it. One way would be to start with the changes you don't want to send, then when you are done use git rebase --interactive so you can reorder the commits and put those unrelated changes at the end.
code :
git push origin project^:fixes
git rebase --onto master project fixes
Git pull and push shows commits of other users as my commits

Git pull and push shows commits of other users as my commits


By : stantyan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. i faced the same issue, the small mistake you might have made is you are comparing your branch with an incorrect branch. ie you created a branch named feature/test that needs to be merged with the branch "develop" instead you are comparing with master branch. check this.its not recomended to raise PR if your seeing some changes you haven't made.
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