Git push: to a remote repository

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added Aug 9, 2017 in Git by anonymous
edited May 10, 2019 by LC Marshal

Use git push to push commits made on local branch to a remote repository.

The git push command takes two arguments:

  • A remote name, for example, origin
  • A branch name, for example, master

Example:

git push  <REMOTENAME> <BRANCHNAME> 

As an example, you usually run git push origin master to push your local changes to your remote repository.

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responded Mar 29, 2019 by LC Marshal Captain (25,770 points)
//for single branch
git push --set-upstream origin <yourlocalbranchname>

//for multiple branches, simply add more branch n the end
git push --set-upstream origin <yourlocalbranchname> <yourlocalbranchname2>

 

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