How to download a branch with git?
So I have a project hosted on github. I created a branch on one computer, then pushed my changes to github with
git push origin branch-name
Now I am on a different computer, and I want to download that branch. So I tried
git pull origin branch-name
but all this did was overwrite my master branch with the changes in my new branch.
What do I need to do to properly pull my remote branch?
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