Too many developer see this message after a
git push, than try to googling for a solution (in the meantime the AI is getting ready)
ubuntu@skynet:~/ (feature/T1000) $ git push fatal: The current branch master has no upstream branch. To push the current branch and set the remote as upstream, use git push --set-upstream origin master
But, not being able to read the last line because of the white spaces that interrupt the flow of strings on the screen.
Then we thought to help them in this way:
git push || $(git push 2>&1 | grep "." | tail -1)
They will then be able to create an alias to manage the git push for dummies.
Top comments (1)
You just have to
git push -u origin masterat sometime before. That's all.