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Simple Git Alias To Push The Current Branch – Eric Scrivner
Simple Git Alias To Push The Current Branch
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Simple Git Alias To Push The Current Branch

Hey you! Tired of having type all this nonsense just to push up the currentĀ git branch?:

$ git push origin my-super-long-branch-name

Well fear not, just add this simple git alias to push the current branch:

pu = !git branch | grep '^\\*' | cut -c3- | xargs git push origin

And then just type:

$ git pu

EDIT: Little did I know there’s a much easier equivalent command

$ git push origin HEAD

 

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