Rebasing is a frequent process for anybody utilizing git. We generally use rebasing to department our code from the final modifications and even simply to drop commits from a department.
Oftentimes when making an attempt to push after a rebase, you will see one thing like the next:
trace: Updates had been rejected as a result of the tip of your present department is behind trace: its distant counterpart. Combine the distant modifications (e.g. trace: 'git pull ...') earlier than pushing once more. trace: See the 'Observe about fast-forwards' in 'git push --help' for particulars.
Generally builders will use the
-f flags throughout a
push to drive pushing code modifications:
git push origin my-branch --force # or git push origin my-branch -f
I used to be not too long ago shocked to search out out that you would additionally prefix the department identify with
+ to drive a push:
git push origin +my-branch
+ syntax is attention-grabbing however does not appear intuitive so it isn’t a observe I would use, however that does not imply you should not!
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