How do I push a new local branch to a remote Git repository and track it too? -Git push branch

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I want to be able to do the following:

Create a local branch based on some other (remote or local) branch (via git branch or git checkout -b)
Push the local branch to the remote repository (publish), but make it trackable so git pull and git push will work immediately.
How do I do that?
I know about --set-upstream in Git 1.7, but that is a post-creation action. I want to find a way to make a similar change when pushing the branch to the remote repository.

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You can directly use the below command to push all the branches to the remote.



git push --all -u

 

You can use the git checkout command to checkout for a new branch.



git checkout -b <branch-name>



Then edit the files, add them, and commit using the upstream option.



git push -u origin <branch-name>

 
 

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