When you pull your own code to the local area, you can’t pull it alive or dead, and an error message appears:
No tracked branch configured for branch master or the branch doesn't exist.
To make your branch track a remote branch call, for example,
git branch --set-upstream-to=origin/master master
Reason: there are many explanations on the Internet. In short, I don’t know the pull, but I only have a project branch. Because it is a personal project, I didn’t make a branch, which is very outrageous.
Open the GIT window under the project directory and enter
git branch --set-upstream-to=origin/master
Attached with reference to the old man’s original station:
Can’t update no tracked branch configured for branch master or the branch
Prompt can’t update no tracked branch configured for branch when solving git update_u012556114
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