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git basics

Now that you've cloned that repository, let's say you've done some work on a branch named "awesome_stuff." What command would you run to push that branch up to your remote?

2 Answers

After you have commited the changes to the branch you are using. You can use git push <branch name> or you can switch to the master branch using git checkout <branch name> followed by git merge awesome_stuff this will merge the master branch with the changes you did in your "awesome_stuff" branch. NOTE: make sure you pull from your remote before pushing. To avoid conflicts.

You're pushing from the "awesome_stuff" clone branch in to the origin.