For years now, when I want to push commit #3 to a remote, I would do the following workaround:
- Temporary create a branch on that commit without checking out and simply naming it "fddsfdsfdsfdsa".
- Right-click on the branch from the graph
- Push To > enter my desired destination branch name, e.g. "backup"
- Delete the temp branch
As more of my colleagues are using this workaround, I wonder if the Push To functionality can be available when right-clicking on a commit, regardless of whether a branch is there or not.
We are just pushing a commit to a remote, so it shouldn't matter what the source branch is, therefore SmartGit can do the steps above behind the scenes (i.e. adding the temp branch if it's needed by the command line) if there is no existing branch?
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