Push to multiple origins at once in Git

This is a quick one. I use my personal Git server as my main server, and I use GitHub only as a mirror. As a result, I constantly forget to push to GitHub.

To push to multiple origins at once in Git, you can create a custom Git alias or use a script to automate the process. Here’s an example of how you can achieve this using a Git alias:

git config --global alias.pushall '!sh -c "git remote | xargs -L1 git push --all"'

This command creates a Git alias called pushall which, when executed, will push the changes to all the remote repositories associated with the current repository. To use it, simply run git pushall instead of git push when you want to push to all the remote repositories at once.

That’s all, folks.

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