Tuesday, April 12, 2016

git create branch from another branch


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If you like the method in the link you've posted, have a look at Git Flow.
It's a set of scripts he created for that workflow.
But to answer your question:
$ git checkout -b myFeature dev
Creates MyFeature branch off dev. Do your work and then
$ git commit -am "Your message"
Now merge your changes to dev without a fast-forward
$ git checkout dev
$ git merge --no-ff myFeature
edit
Now push changes to the server
$ git push origin dev
$ git push origin myFeature
And you'll see it how you want it.


http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4470523/git-create-a-branch-from-another-branch

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