So today I worked on a local branch repo, and wanted to push my update to Github.
I Googled for reference and found this great article by Mario Pareja.
The only thing I would add on top of his piece is to step back and actually illustrate what's
So inside your repo;
$ git remote -v
should display your Github (or remote) repo that belongs to
origin [email protected]:[your-github-username]/bazaar.git (fetch) origin [email protected]:[your-github-username]/bazaar.git (push)
Pushing your local branch to Github (or remote repo)
Now how to push your local branch into your Github repo looks like;
$ git push origin [branch_name]
In my case, it was;
$ git push origin dev_gems
-u in between
origin so that the next time he does
git push, it's gonna remember it as
git push origin dev_gems.