How to merge from a second remote?
I've got two remotes. One is identical to my local and the other is slightly different (from a different project). How do I cherry-pick commits from the second remote and merge them into my project. So far I have trashed my local about 20 times trying to do this.
Also if there is a conflict how do I solve it?
[Assuming your clone has both remotes connected. If not, right click on "Remotes" and add the second one.]
Just above the top-left corner of the commit list, there is a drop-down (All Branches / Current Branch) and a checkbox (Show Remote Branches). Set these to All branches and on.
Do a Fetch, make sure the Fetch from all remotes option is on.
Now you should see the remote branches from both repos and you can cherry-pick merge from any of them.
For resolving conflicts, you need to have a diff program and set it up in Tools/options.
Ok, I've got both remotes loaded. I fetch from remote one (copy of origin) and it says 5 commits behind. In the Log/history at the top it says "uncommitted changes". How do I commit those changes? Because while they are there I can't do anything. Tried the commit button but it doesn't commit them.
In your screenshot above there is a part of the window that you minimised to non-existence. It should be between the bookmarks and the history part. Make it appear. Here you will see the local branches and the remote branches. The one which is bold is the current branch. You can switch to another by double-clicking the branch name.
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