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Add the possibility to push a specific branch #4

vincentbernat opened this Issue Dec 21, 2013 · 0 comments


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I have created a branch in the git side (with git checkout -b) but when I tried to push it to the mercurial repository, it seems that it didn't have the effect that I expected:

$ git push bitbucket fix/sinl
searching for changes
no changes found
searching for changes
To hg::ssh://hg@bitbucket.org/vbernat/cffi
 * [new branch]                fix/sinl -> fix/sinl
remote: adding changesets
remote: adding manifests
remote: adding file changes
remote: added 1355 changesets with 690 changes to 24 files (+1 heads)

But Bitbucket seems to think that the branch does not exist. It appears in the drop down menu but when I select it, it says it doesn't exist. It doesn't appear in the branch tab and is not available for a pull request.

The README says that pushing several branches is broken. I have pushed only one, but maybe you meaned pushing other branches than master?

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