On Tuesday 30 December 2014 at 12:19:35, Marcel Korpel wrote:
- Johannes Löthberg email@example.com (Tue, 30 Dec 2014 01:22:24
You need to actually specify the remote too, named origin by default when you clone a repo, so `git push origin master`
Now it works. Strange, as with other repositories `git push` just works, as 'origin' is the default.
There is such thing as `git branch --set-upstream-to` or `git push -u`.
IOW, each branch has its "default upstream" -- or does not have it. Your case seems to be the latter.