Share code with push
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Share changes made in commits and branches using the
Push your branches to the remote repository. Git adds your commits to an existing branch on the remote or creates a new branch with the same commits as your local branch.
Git makes sure that pushed changes are consistent with the remote branch. Others can pull your commits and merge them into their own local copy of the branch. Pushed branches that have finished work are reviewed and merged into the main branch of your repo through a pull request.
In this tutorial you learn how to:
- Share your code with push
Share your code with push
In Team Explorer, select Home and then choose Sync to open Synchronization.
You can also go to Synchronization from the Changes view by choosing Sync immediately after making a commit.
Select Push to share your commit with the remote repository.
During your first push to the repository, you'll see the following message in place of the outgoing commits list:
The current branch does not track a remote branch. Push your changes to a new branch on the origin remote and set the upstream branch.Select Push to push your changes to a new branch on the remote repository and set the upstream branch. The next time you push changes you'll see the list of commits.
Go to Team Explorer > Settings > Repository Settings. Make sure that you've entered the correct User, Email, Remotes, and other settings.
Resolve merge conflicts before pushing
If there are conflicts between your local commits and the remote branch, you must resolve these conflicts before you can push your changes.
Pull the changes from others first. You can resolve the conflicts and commit the changes, then try the
push command again.