I have a repo at BitBucket which is public. However, I'm working on some changes I don't want to be visible until I release. For this I made a private fork of the repo where I push those secret changes.
But I still want to push changes to the other branches to the public repo. But I cannot seem to figure out how to push just some spesific branches. It appear to be all or nothing. Is this a Hg limitation? SourceTree limitation? Or have I simply not seen the option that control this? (I'm looking right at it, right?)
Found it. In the Push window, unfold the Advanced Options and then enter the branch name there.
I wasn't sure that was what I wanted to use when I found that field. I was searching for a while before I found references that mentioned it. Is there some UI documentation for SourceTree that mentions these fields? I wasn't sure what syntax to use in this field.
I use Git, not Hg, and the Git push window gives you a list of branches, and you check or uncheck which ones you want to push.
Alternatively, you can right-click a git branch in the branch list and choose "Push to...", which brings up the push window with just that one branch selected.
I would be surprised if the Hg UI was significantly different.
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