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$ git checkout -b v4.5.1 tornado/v4.5.1 fatal: Cannot update paths and switch to branch 'v4.5.1' at the same time.
Did you intend to checkout 'tornado/v4.5.1' which can not be resolved as commit?
From github.com:tornadoweb/tornado * [new branch] branch1.2 - v4.5.1 $ git fetch # NOTE: 本地所有tag push 到origin $ git push origin --tags Counting objects: 26, done. Total 26 (delta 0), reused 26 (delta 0) To [email protected]:jiaxiaolei/* [new tag] v2.2.0 - v4.5.1 $ git status On branch master Your branch is up-to-date with 'origin/master'.
nothing to commit, working directory clean $ git remote show origin * remote origin Fetch URL: [email protected]:jiaxiaolei/Push URL: [email protected]:jiaxiaolei/HEAD branch: master Remote branches: branch1.2 tracked branch2.0 tracked branch2.1 tracked branch4.3 tracked branch4.5 tracked master tracked stable tracked Local branch configured for 'git pull': master merges with remote master Local refs configured for 'git push': branch4.3 pushes to branch4.3 (fast-forwardable) branch4.5 pushes to branch4.5 (up to date) master pushes to master (up to date) stable pushes to stable (up to date) $ git tag v1.0.0 v1.0.1 v1.1.0 v1.1.1 v1.2.0 v1.2.1 v2.0.0 v2.1.0 v2.1.1 v2.2.0 v2.2.1 v2.3.0 v2.4.0 v2.4.1 v3.0.0 v3.0.1 v3.0.2 v3.1.0 v3.1.1 v3.2.0 v3.2.0b1 v3.2.0b2 v3.2.1 v3.2.2 v4.0.0 v4.0.0b1 v4.0.0b2 v4.0.0b3 v4.0.1 v4.0.2 v4.1.0 v4.1.0b1 v4.1.0b2 v4.2.0 v4.2.0b1 v4.2.1 v4.3.0 v4.3.0b1 v4.3.0b2 v4.4.0 v4.4.0b1 v4.4.1 v4.4.2 v4.4.3 v4.5.0 v4.5.1 I believe this occurs when you are trying to checkout a remote branch that your local git repo is not aware of yet.
To checkout from remote git branch you have to make your local system aware of remote branches by fetching the remote branches to your local system and setting up git branch tracking so that your local and remote systems are aware of commit changes.
git fetch only downloads the data that have changed, for the first time run it will download all and create the local copy of the branches with same name as remote.
git checkout command is used to checkout code from your local repository.
Switched to a new branch ‘xyzbranch’ Based on the remote branch “origin/newsletter”, we now have a new local branch named “xyzbranch” selective git branch, other than master, can be checkout with creation of new branch with tracking as in following example, -b option creates new branch with branch name as argument ( same or different from the remote branch name ) and updates it with code from remote branch – origin branch name.
without -b option the new branch is created with same name as remote branch.
This tutorial explains the usage of the distributed version control system Git via the command line.
The examples were done on Linux (Ubuntu), but should also work on other operating systems like Microsoft Windows.