My existing IDE has been installed for quite a while, and I’m thinking with all the recent changes, it might be time to start with a fresh IDE install.
I just installed the latest IDE on a different box from the existing IDE. That worked fine.
I have a bunch of dev branches that I pushed to my GitHub repo with the old IDE. My question is how to get those dev branches into the local repo of the new IDE installation.
I see that in my new IDE install, the remotes are defined like this.
$ git remote -v origin https://github.com/openhab/openhab2-addons.git (fetch) origin https://github.com/mhilbush/openhab2-addons.git (push)
Therefore, when I try to view the remote branches, all I see is this.
$ git branch -r origin/lolodomo-patch-1 origin/master
So, I’m assuming a
git fetch won’t get all the dev branches that I pushed using my old IDE install.
What’s the right way to get those branches into my local repo?