The prepend command creates a new feature branch as the parent of the current branch. It does that by inserting the new feature branch between the current feature branch and it's old parent. Before it does that, it syncs the current feature branch to ensure commits into the new branch are on top of the current state of the repository.
Consider this branch setup:
main \ feature-2
We are on the
feature-2 branch. After running
git prepend feature-1, our
repository has this branch setup:
main \ feature-1 \ feature-2
If the push-new-branches is set,
creates a remote tracking branch for the new feature branch. This behavior is
disabled by default to make
git hack run fast. The first run of
will create the remote tracking branch.