Git Branching

Here’s a basic example of branching from the command line, for reference. This sequence of commands:

  1. switches the user to the intended “source branch”,
  2. creates a new local branch (and checks it out at the same time), and
  3. pushes the new branch to the origin.

In this project, we’re using version numbers as the branch names.

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