Pushing from within a project:

myProject/branch> push
@othersProject/feature> push /@myUser/feature

Pushing a namespace to a remote namespace:

.> push git(git@github.com:myUser/myCodebase).releases.v1 .update.v1
.> push myUser.public.myProject .myProject

The push command is used to push definitions from a local codebase to a remote codebase.

The first argument to push is any hosted project or remote namespace path that identifies the location to push to and the second argument (if given) identifies a namespace or project in the local codebase that should be applied to the remote repo. If a second argument is not supplied, then the current namespace or project will be pushed to the given remote namespace.