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Git: How to push a branch to a different remote

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Hi, experts,

I have an open source project, and I want to have my closed branch within this project. I can push it to a different remote, for example, I can have my open source branches on github, and my closed branches on bitbucket. Would that work? Is there a better way, perhaps with forking?

Thank you,
Mark

PS. Both projects are mine, I just don't want to open source some part of it.
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Well, you can do this with forks, and perhaps that is what I should do.
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Both can work.  For the additional repo, the following should do:

git remote add -t branch_name name_for_other_repo other_repo_url
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