I've had some fun with
git again... I was checking out a remote branch with
git on the command line and couldn't pull down updates. Eventually I found out that the problem was case sensitivity in the branch name.
git checkout branch-name to get a local copy of the remote branch. When I tried to use
git pull in that branch I got the following error message:
Your configuration specifies to merge with the ref 'refs/heads/branch-name' from the remote, but no such ref was fetched.
I tried to search for an fix, but couldn't find anything that worked. The most common explaination for this error message is that the remote branch is missing.
Eventually I remembered that I had used a capital letter in the branch name when creating it. The actuall branch name was something like
branch-Name, notice the capital N. By having the correct capitalising of the branch name during checkout,
git pull works.
This was checking out from Gitlab on a Linux server and to a Windows 10 machine.