How To Create Branch In Git On Linux
Create a branch in git using Gitlab is an Open source web-based git repository that will provide you issue tracking, wiki & CI/CD pipelines. I have already setup git-lab on my machine. If you do not know how to install git-lab you may follow this article.
If you want to work on files where you don’t want to send these files directly to master branch. So it’s better to create a new branch where you can work and after testing the code, you can push all the files from newly created branches to a master branch.
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Step 1: First you will have to add the remote origin in your git repository.
Step 2: Create a Branch failure
This branch, you can test your code and later merge in the Master branch.
Step 3: Checkout branch, It means if you want to work in this branch you have to use the checkout branch command.
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What’s the benefit of this?
If you work in another branch except for Master, whatever you made changes in your repository it will not affect the master branch when you push the code to the remote machine. So, this is the main reason we make branches in git.
My branch name is failure
Step 4: Now create a file and add commit the file.
Step 5: Now Checkout to Master Branch
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Step 6: As you can see in my testing repository, There is only one file is present.
Step 7: Now you have to push the code which you have written in the failure branch
it will send the code to the failure branch only.
Step 8: Here I will show you there’s a two branch one is Master & another one is a failure, So select to failure here to see files has been reached or not.
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By default, the Master branch will be selected
Step 9: As you can see there is a file in the failure branch