Git Switching branch
There is somthing I don't get yet with git. It is branch. So let say that I have a local repository
A which I clone from a remote one
B. So now
A have the master branch checked out.
So when I push from
A it goes to
B is just a clone on github, a clone of
From time to time in other to get in sync I pull from
C master branch.
C master branch is quite broken for the time being. Since from
A I had pull from
C my local
A is also bugy.
So I would like from
A to pull the
C stable branch. How do you guys usually do in this situation?
Do you create a new branch on
A and pull from
C. But since
A have the
C master change I need to revert it first...
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