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Q. Git Flow
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Initialization:

Initialize Git Flow:

git flow init

Initializes a new Git repository with the Git Flow branching model.

Feature Branches:

Start a Feature Branch:

git flow feature start <name>

Creates a new feature branch named <name> branching off from develop.

Publish Feature Branch:

git flow feature publish <name>

Publishes the changes in your feature branch <name> to a remote repository (e.g., GitHub).

Track Feature Branch:

git flow feature track <name>

Fetches any remote updates for the feature branch <name>.

Finish Feature Branch:

git flow feature finish <name>

Merges the feature branch <name> back into develop and deletes the branch locally (after confirmation).

Rebase Feature Branch:

git flow feature rebase <name>

Rebases the feature branch <name> on top of the latest develop branch (useful to integrate upstream changes).

Release Branches (Optional):

Start a Release Branch:

git flow release start <version>

Creates a new release branch named <version> branching off from develop.

Finish Release Branch:

git flow release finish <version>

Merges the release branch <version> into master (or production), tags the commit with <version>, merges <version> back into develop, and then deletes the release branch locally.

Hotfix Branches:

Start a Hotfix Branch:

git flow hotfix start <name>

Creates a new hotfix branch named <name> branching off from master (or production).

Finish Hotfix Branch:

git flow hotfix finish <name>

Merges the hotfix branch <name> back into master (or production) and develop, and then deletes the hotfix branch locally.

Informational Commands:

List Git Flow Branches:

git flow list

Lists all Git Flow branches (feature, release, hotfix).

Git Flow Help:

git flow help

Provides general help on Git Flow commands.

Additional Notes:

  • These commands are often provided by Git extensions like "git-flow" or "git-flow-avh." Make sure you have them installed before using these commands.
  • Double-check the branch names and options before running any Git Flow command to avoid mistakes.
  • Consider using a visual Git client to explore the branch structure and history more easily.

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