How does this actually come about?
I am working in one repo by myself at the moment, so this is my workflow:
1- change files
3- repeat 1-2 until satisfied
4- push to master
including what branch is printed in the message
where do you push/pull the current branch
it doesn't actually check the remote repo
are you passing some extra arguments to it?
$ git status
# On branch master
# Your branch is ahead of 'origin/master' by 1 commit.
nothing to commit (working directory clean)
If you get this message after doing a
git pull remote branch, try following it up with a
git fetch. (Optionally, run
git fetch -p to prune deleted branches from the repo)
Fetch seems to update the local representation of the remote branch, which doesn't necessarily happen when you do a
git pull remote branch.