Switch branches, keep same change-set
I have a change-set in Gerrit that for a while has been based off of the master branch. So, my push commands have looked like this: git push origin HEAD:refs/for/master But now, I need to start working off of a topic branch (but still using the same change-set). So, I tried pushing like this: git push origin HEAD:refs/for/myTopicBranch But, this seems to have created a whole new change-set, rather than simply altering the metadata of my current change (as updating a topic does). Is there a way associate a change-set with a different branch after creation?
No. You can't do that. If you want to work in a different branch, push to this new branch like you have done (git push origin HEAD:refs/for/myTopicBranch) and abandon (using the Gerrit web interface) the original change.
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