I am a new in sourcetree product. i am trying to push my local branch called "X" source code to "develop" branch. i did all the step right way.
what i did steps are:
Push is not the right operation for what you are trying to do. Your first two steps are correct. Picking up from there:
3. Checkout the "develop" branch.
4. Merge branch "x" into your current branch ("develop").
5. If the merge doesn't commit automatically, resolve conflicts then commit.
The Push operation is designed to take the changes you've made to a local branch, and copy them to the remote version of the same branch. You can technically push changes to a different branch, but it is still pushing to the remote version of the branch you chose. I've never done this, so I don't know the details of how it works.
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