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# Change the default branch (which is used after git clone your-repo) to branch develop
# Be sure to run this on the remote repository, this cannot be pushed (as far as I know)
git symbolic-ref HEAD refs/heads/develop
# don't forget to delete master afterwards
git branch -d master
# or if you want to do it remote
git push origin :master
# which branch does contain the given commit
git branch --contains d590f2
# Given some SHAs from commits, create a hotfix for this
# 0. Make sure you are working on a clean working copy
git status
# 1. Find the commits
# 2. Determine which branch they are on
git branch --contains COMMIT_SHA
# 3. Create branch from production (XXXX == ticket number)
git checkout production
git checkout -b hotfix/XXXX
# 4. Cherry-pick the changes
git cherry-pick COMMIT_SHA
# 5. if necessary resolve merge conflices
# 6. push hotfix
git push origin hotfix/XXXX
# branch to delete == hotfix/2534
# 0. make sure this is fully merged
git checkout develop
git pull
git merge hotfix/2534
# => should be already up to date, maybe also do it in production/corporate-production
# 1. delete local branch
git branch -d hotfix/2534
# 2. delete remote local branch (copy of remote in local repository), assuming remote is named origin
git branch -r -d origin/hotfix/2534
# 3. delete branch on remote
git push origin :hotfix/2534
find /var/git/repositories -name '*.git' | xargs -I % sh -c "cd %; sudo -u git git gc"
#!/bin/bash
pushd . # save current place in filesystem
until [ -d .git ] || $(pwd) = "/" ; do # look for project root
cd ..
done
if [ -d .git ] ; then # if we found it...
git submodule update
fi
popd # reset to original place in filesystem
# all missing commits from production but in list
# needs to be reviewed if this is really doing what is advertised
git show-branch --topic --sha1 production list
# all missing commits in production but not in list (variant 2)
git log production..list
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