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How it works

Develop and main branches

Instead of a single

main

branch, this workflow uses two branches to record the history of the project. The

main

branch stores the official release history, and the

develop

branch serves as an integration branch for features. It’s also convenient to tag all commits in the

main

branch with a version number.

The first step is to complement the default

main

with a

develop

branch. A simple way to do this is for one developer to create an empty

develop

branch locally and push it to the server:


git branch develop

git push -u origin develop

This branch will contain the complete history of the project, whereas

main

will contain an abridged version. Other developers should now clone the central repository and create a tracking branch for

develop.

When using the git-flow extension library, executing

git flow init

on an existing repo will create the

develop

branch:


$ git flow init

Initialized empty Git repository in ~/project/.git/No branches exist yet. Base branches must be created now.Branch name for production releases: [main]Branch name for “next release” development: [develop]How to name your supporting branch prefixes?Feature branches? [feature/]Release branches? [release/]Hotfix branches? [hotfix/]Support branches? [support/]Version tag prefix? []$ git branch* developmain

Git: ‘lfs’ is not a git command unclear

Solution 1:

As git-lfs is not installed on your machine, the command

git lfs install

is not recognized by git.

Install git-lfs as outlined below:

Pre-Requisites
  • To use git-lfs, your git version must be 1.8.2 or newer. To confirm your current version, run the command

    git --version

    and upgrade if necessary.
  • Ensure that you have Homebrew installed before beginning the installation process on macOS.
Download

Obtain git-lfs by adhering to the instructions for your particular OS.

The Debian and Ubuntu operating systems.


$ curl -s https://packagecloud.io/install/repositories/github/git-lfs/script.deb.sh | sudo bash $ sudo apt-get install git-lfs

Install MacOS via Homebrew.


$ brew update $ brew install git-lfs

Windows

Obtain the most recent Windows installer and execute it.

Install

To install

git-lfs

on your system, run

git-lfs install

. To uninstall, you can use

git-lfs uninstall

at any time.

For further information, including guidance for installation on other platforms, refer to the installation page of git-lfs.

Solution 2:

You can’t directly use


git lfs install

Instead of the aforementioned, you may utilize these directives to both download and install (prior downloading is necessary).


sudo apt-get install git-lfs git-lfs install

Solution 3:

Apart from choosing the “arct” option, if you own an M1 Silicone Mac, you will need to employ the following method to install it through homebrew.


arch -arm64 brew install git-lfs

Git is not recognized as an internal or external command | Git error solved
Git is not recognized as an internal or external command | Git error solved

“Not in a git repository” error in git-lfs

Solution 1:

Before proceeding, you must either initiate

init

for a new repository or

clone

for an existing one.

Solution 2:

In order to execute git commands, it is necessary for the directory to contain a folder named

.git

. To establish the folder, execute

git init

and proceed with your task.

Following GitHub flow

Tip: You can complete all steps of GitHub flow through the GitHub web interface, command line and GitHub CLI, or GitHub Desktop. For more information about the tools you can use to connect to GitHub, see “Connecting to GitHub.”

Create a branch

Create a branch in your repository. A short, descriptive branch name enables your collaborators to see ongoing work at a glance. For example,

increase-test-timeout

or

add-code-of-conduct

. For more information, see “Creating and deleting branches within your repository.”

By creating a branch, you create a space to work without affecting the default branch. Additionally, you give collaborators a chance to review your work.

Make changes

On your branch, make any desired changes to the repository. For more information, see “Creating new files”, “Editing files”, “Renaming a file”, “Moving a file to a new location”, or “Deleting files in a repository”.

Your branch is a safe place to make changes. If you make a mistake, you can revert your changes or push additional changes to fix the mistake. Your changes will not end up on the default branch until you merge your branch.

Commit and push your changes to your branch. Give each commit a descriptive message to help you and future contributors understand what changes the commit contains. For example,

fix typo

or

increase rate limit

.

Ideally, each commit contains an isolated, complete change. This makes it easy to revert your changes if you decide to take a different approach. For example, if you want to rename a variable and add some tests, put the variable rename in one commit and the tests in another commit. Later, if you want to keep the tests but revert the variable rename, you can revert the specific commit that contained the variable rename. If you put the variable rename and tests in the same commit or spread the variable rename across multiple commits, you would spend more effort reverting your changes.

By committing and pushing your changes, you back up your work to remote storage. This means that you can access your work from any device. It also means that your collaborators can see your work, answer questions, and make suggestions or contributions.

Continue to make, commit, and push changes to your branch until you are ready to ask for feedback.

Tip: Make a separate branch for each set of unrelated changes. This makes it easier for reviewers to give feedback. It also makes it easier for you and future collaborators to understand the changes and to revert or build on them. Additionally, if there is a delay in one set of changes, your other changes aren’t also delayed.

Create a pull request

Create a pull request to ask collaborators for feedback on your changes. Pull request review is so valuable that some repositories require an approving review before pull requests can be merged. If you want early feedback or advice before you complete your changes, you can mark your pull request as a draft. For more information, see “Creating a pull request.”

When you create a pull request, include a summary of the changes and what problem they solve. You can include images, links, and tables to help convey this information. If your pull request addresses an issue, link the issue so that issue stakeholders are aware of the pull request and vice versa. If you link with a keyword, the issue will close automatically when the pull request merges. For more information, see “Basic writing and formatting syntax” and “Linking a pull request to an issue.”

In addition to filling out the body of the pull request, you can add comments to specific lines of the pull request to explicitly point something out to the reviewers.

Your repository may be configured to automatically request a review from specific teams or users when a pull request is created. You can also manually @mention or request a review from specific people or teams.

If your repository has checks configured to run on pull requests, you will see any checks that failed on your pull request. This helps you catch errors before merging your branch. For more information, see “About status checks.”

Address review comments

Reviewers should leave questions, comments, and suggestions. Reviewers can comment on the whole pull request or add comments to specific lines or files. You and reviewers can insert images or code suggestions to clarify comments. For more information, see “Reviewing changes in pull requests.”

You can continue to commit and push changes in response to the reviews. Your pull request will update automatically.

Merge your pull request

Once your pull request is approved, merge your pull request. This will automatically merge your branch so that your changes appear on the default branch. GitHub retains the history of comments and commits in the pull request to help future contributors understand your changes. For more information, see “Merging a pull request.”

GitHub will tell you if your pull request has conflicts that must be resolved before merging. For more information, see “Addressing merge conflicts.”

Branch protection settings may block merging if your pull request does not meet certain requirements. For example, you need a certain number of approving reviews or an approving review from a specific team. For more information, see “About protected branches.”

Delete your branch

After you merge your pull request, delete your branch. This indicates that the work on the branch is complete and prevents you or others from accidentally using old branches. For more information, see “Deleting and restoring branches in a pull request.”

Don’t worry about losing information. Your pull request and commit history will not be deleted. You can always restore your deleted branch or revert your pull request if needed.


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Thank you for introducing this feature so quickly 👍

However, maybe I am just thick, but anything beyond initializing the repo for GitFlow does not work for me.
Initialization command passed fine, but any command beyond that does not get recognized. git: ‘flow’ is not a git command. See ‘git –help’
This sounds like the git installation the SublimeMerge uses does not contain GitFlow. Does the tool use system git installation, or its own one?

Steps to reproduce

Steps to reproduce the behavior:

Initialize the GitFlow on repository

Attempt to execute some GitFlow command

Expected behavior

Command gets recognized and executed.

Screenshots

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We are not currently bundling Git Flow, but we really should be.

Sublime Merge will use its bundled version of git by default on Windows. You can use the system git by changing the “git_binary” preference to “system”, it should then find git flow if you have it installed.

Git Flow broken?

Hi all,

Having a sudden out-of-the-blue issue with git flow. On Friday it was working fine as usual for me, but yesterday I’m suddenly getting the “git: ‘flow’ is not a command” error as if I hadn’t ever installed git-flow. I know I did an apt update & upgrade, but I’m not certain whether or not git or git-flow got upgraded.

Has anyone else experienced this? More details:

Kali linux 5.10 amd64Git version 2.30.2Git flow version 1.12.3 (AVH edition)

“$ git flow” nor “$ sudo git flow” do anything other than the ‘flow’ not a git command message, although:

/usr/libexec/git-core/ contains all the usual git-flow files, including the main executable, which when called directly from a git repo works as normal.

Originally installed with $ sudo apt install git-flow

apt-listbugs didn’t flag anything during the recent update. I’ve tried reinstalling (with and without –purge) git-flow and git, and rebooted more times than I can count. No other signs of issue with git or any other programs I use regularly. I haven’t been able to find anything about this online… seems like searching for git plugins results in adding Git as a plugin to things like Eclipse or Jenkins instead of adding plugins to git.

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Hello,

We have been using Git-flow for a while. On some projects it seems to work fine, But on most projects I can’t use Git-flow.

Every time I press the Git-flow Button I get the following Error Message:Git-flow not supported.You’ll need to upgrade to Git 2.6.4 or later.We recommend upgrading to Git 2.24.1.2

When I use Git-flow via command line everything works as expected.

I am using Embedded Git with Version 2.24.1

My Sourcetree Version is 3.3.8.3848

I tried everything that I’ve found in here so far, but nothing worked.

Using source tree 3.4.8 and 3.4.9 (Windows 11 ) i’m getting this error, tried uncheck/embedded/check all possible fixes but nothing , i have git version 2.35.1 and embedded git 2.36.0 and i can’t use Git-Flow!

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After selecting checkbox “Tools/Options/Git/Git Version/Disable LibGit2 integration” the error message does not appear any more for “Git-flow/Start New Hotfix” action in my case.

(Win/System Git version 2.16.1/Sourcetree 3.3.9.3870)

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Unclear Meaning of ‘lfs’ as a Git Command

For those with an M1 Silicone Mac, there is an alternative solution to installing via homebrew which complements the “arct” solution. The reason “git lfs” may not be recognized as a git command is because it has not been added to the appropriate folder. To fix this issue, simply add the required folder to the PATH variable in the “Environment variables for user” and then close and reopen SourceTree.

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Installing git flow

Depending on your operating system, you can install it using a package manager.

macOS

MacOS users can install git flow using the Homebrew package manager:


brew install git-flow

As an alternative, you may install the AVH edition of the git flow providing functionality not available in the original git flow:


brew install git-flow-avh

👉 Hint: the AVH edition is what I install on my machine

Linux

On Linux, use your available package manager to install git flow. On Ubuntu/Debian, install it with

apt

:


apt-get install git-flow

Windows

On Windows, you may need cygwin to use git flow. Depending on your setup, you can also use the Windows Subsystem for Linux (Windows 10 and up) to use git with git flow.

To install git flow on Windows (cygwin) use the following command:


wget -q -O - --no-check-certificate https://raw.github.com/petervanderdoes/gitflow-avh/develop/contrib/gitflow-installer.sh install stable | bash

Once the installation completed, you may need to start a new terminal window activating git flow support in git. Enjoy!

Mentioned Resources
  • the git flow branching model blog post by Vincent Driessen
  • Homebrew — macOS package manager

I just tried to install git-flow, however, it does not seem to be integrated properly with git, what can I do to integrate gitflow with git? is there a way I can do this manually?

Thank you,Jeffrey


[root@sa 2]# wget --no-check-certificate -q -O - https://github.com/nvie/gitflow/raw/develop/contrib/gitflow-installer.sh | sudo bash ### gitflow no-make installer ### Installing git-flow to /usr/local/bin Cloning repo from GitHub to gitflow Cloning into gitflow... remote: Counting objects: 2362, done. remote: Compressing objects: 100% (957/957), done. remote: Total 2362 (delta 1406), reused 2238 (delta 1316) Receiving objects: 100% (2362/2362), 484.60 KiB, done. Resolving deltas: 100% (1406/1406), done. Updating submodules Submodule 'shFlags' (git://github.com/nvie/shFlags.git) registered for path 'shFlags' Cloning into shFlags... remote: Counting objects: 454, done. remote: Compressing objects: 100% (55/55), done. Receiving objects: 100% (454/454), 101.19 KiB, done. Resolving deltas: 100% (389/389), done. remote: Total 454 (delta 389), reused 454 (delta 389) Submodule path 'shFlags': checked out '2fb06af13de884e9680f14a00c82e52a67c867f1' removed `/usr/local/bin/git-flow' `gitflow/git-flow' -> `/usr/local/bin/git-flow' removed `/usr/local/bin/git-flow-init' `gitflow/git-flow-init' -> `/usr/local/bin/git-flow-init' removed `/usr/local/bin/git-flow-feature' `gitflow/git-flow-feature' -> `/usr/local/bin/git-flow-feature' removed `/usr/local/bin/git-flow-hotfix' `gitflow/git-flow-hotfix' -> `/usr/local/bin/git-flow-hotfix' removed `/usr/local/bin/git-flow-release' `gitflow/git-flow-release' -> `/usr/local/bin/git-flow-release' removed `/usr/local/bin/git-flow-support' `gitflow/git-flow-support' -> `/usr/local/bin/git-flow-support' removed `/usr/local/bin/git-flow-version' `gitflow/git-flow-version' -> `/usr/local/bin/git-flow-version' removed `/usr/local/bin/gitflow-common' `gitflow/gitflow-common' -> `/usr/local/bin/gitflow-common' removed `/usr/local/bin/gitflow-shFlags' `gitflow/gitflow-shFlags' -> `/usr/local/bin/gitflow-shFlags' [root@sa 2]# git flow git: 'flow' is not a git command. See 'git --help'. Did you mean one of these? reflog show

git: ‘start’ is not a gitSee ‘git –help’. #34857

https://gitexercises.fracz.com/

I copy how to start part, execute it and get this git: ‘start’ is not a git command. See ‘git –help’.

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Seems that git start is not working

As the error message says there is no such command. This is normal Git behavior when you’re trying to call a command that doesn’t exist.

From that exercise page it looks like the

./configure.sh

should create an alias config for Git that provides a

start

command. But that script is missing on your system, so the command failed (look at the line above the one you marked).

I can’t see why that might be because all the command before that is missing, but the “detached HEAD” warning looks like you did something weird instead of just cloning the repository like the instructions say. 😅

What is Gitflow?

Gitflow is an alternative Git branching model that involves the use of feature branches and multiple primary branches. It was first published and made popular by Vincent Driessen at nvie. Compared to trunk-based development, Gitflow has numerous, longer-lived branches and larger commits. Under this model, developers create a feature branch and delay merging it to the main trunk branch until the feature is complete. These long-lived feature branches require more collaboration to merge and have a higher risk of deviating from the trunk branch. They can also introduce conflicting updates.

Gitflow can be used for projects that have a scheduled release cycle and for the DevOps best practice of continuous delivery. This workflow doesn’t add any new concepts or commands beyond what’s required for the Feature Branch Workflow. Instead, it assigns very specific roles to different branches and defines how and when they should interact. In addition to

feature

branches, it uses individual branches for preparing, maintaining, and recording releases. Of course, you also get to leverage all the benefits of the Feature Branch Workflow: pull requests, isolated experiments, and more efficient collaboration.

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Summary

Here we discussed the Gitflow Workflow. Gitflow is one of many styles of Git workflows you and your team can utilize.

Some key takeaways to know about Gitflow are:

  • The workflow is great for a release-based software workflow.
  • Gitflow offers a dedicated channel for hotfixes to production.

The overall flow of Gitflow is:

1. A

develop

branch is created from

main

2. A

release

branch is created from

develop

3.

Feature

branches are created from

develop

4. When a

feature

is complete it is merged into the

develop

branch

5. When the

release

branch is done it is merged into

develop

and

main

6. If an issue in

main

is detected a

hotfix

branch is created from

main

7. Once the

hotfix

is complete it is merged to both

develop

and

main

Next, learn about the Forking Workflow or visit our workflow comparison page.

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Using git as your version control system comes with different ways to structure your repository. A popular approach using git successfully in your project is the git flow branching model from Vincent Driessen.

When running into the error

git: 'flow' is not a git command.

, you don’t have git flow installed on your machine. Read on to install it on your system.

Prerequisites

To follow GitHub flow, you will need a GitHub account and a repository. For information on how to create an account, see “Creating an account on GitHub.” For information on how to create a repository, see “Quickstart for repositories.” For information on how to find an existing repository to contribute to, see “Finding ways to contribute to open source on GitHub.”

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Recommended reading

Bookmark these resources to learn about types of DevOps teams, or for ongoing updates about DevOps at Atlassian.

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What is GitFlow?

— GitFlow is a popular approach for managing changes in production, but it is incompatible with continuous integration and delivery.

Why is GitFlow incompatible with continuous integration?

— GitFlow goes against continuous integration because it does not maintain a shared, accurate view of the system’s current version.

How can GitFlow lead to unreliable changes going into production?

— Having both the “develop” and “master” branches in GitFlow can lead to moments where they are out of sync, making it unreliable for evaluating changes going into production.

What is the suggested alternative to GitFlow for continuous software delivery?

— The inventor of GitFlow suggests adopting a simpler workflow for teams practicing continuous software delivery instead of using GitFlow.

What are the best practices for continuous software development and modern DevOps practices?

— Trunk-based workflows like GitHub Flow are now considered best practices for continuous software development and modern DevOps practices.

We’ve got the additional info

Example

A complete example demonstrating a Feature Branch Flow is as follows. Assuming we have a repo setup with a

main

branch.


git checkout main

git checkout -b developgit checkout -b feature_branch# work happens on feature branchgit checkout developgit merge feature_branchgit checkout maingit merge developgit branch -d feature_branch

In addition to the

feature

and

release

flow, a

hotfix

example is as follows:


git checkout main

git checkout -b hotfix_branch# work is done commits are added to the hotfix_branchgit checkout developgit merge hotfix_branchgit checkout maingit merge hotfix_branch

The gitflow workflow - in less than 5 mins.
The gitflow workflow – in less than 5 mins.

Release branches

Once

develop

has acquired enough features for a release (or a predetermined release date is approaching), you fork a

release

branch off of

develop

. Creating this branch starts the next release cycle, so no new features can be added after this point—only bug fixes, documentation generation, and other release-oriented tasks should go in this branch. Once it’s ready to ship, the

release

branch gets merged into

main

and tagged with a version number. In addition, it should be merged back into

develop

, which may have progressed since the release was initiated.

Using a dedicated branch to prepare releases makes it possible for one team to polish the current release while another team continues working on features for the next release. It also creates well-defined phases of development (e.g., it’s easy to say, “This week we’re preparing for version 4.0,” and to actually see it in the structure of the repository).

Making

release

branches is another straightforward branching operation. Like

feature

branches,

release

branches are based on the

develop

branch. A new

release

branch can be created using the following methods.

Without the git-flow extensions:


git checkout develop

git checkout -b release/0.1.0

When using the git-flow extensions:


$ git flow release start 0.1.0

Switched to a new branch ‘release/0.1.0’

Once the release is ready to ship, it will get merged it into

main

and

develop

, then the

release

branch will be deleted. It’s important to merge back into

develop

because critical updates may have been added to the

release

branch and they need to be accessible to new features. If your organization stresses code review, this would be an ideal place for a pull request.

To finish a

release

branch, use the following methods:

Without the git-flow extensions:


git checkout main

git merge release/0.1.0

Or with the git-flow extension:


git flow release finish '0.1.0'

How to install Git Large File Storage on Windows?

Solution:

If “git lfs” is not recognized as a git command, it is likely because you have not added the

git-lfs.exe

to your

%PATH%

.

The intended purpose of the

\
\ \ \ \ git\-lfs\-windows\-amd64\-0\.5\.3\install\.bat\
\ \ \

is to fulfill that function.


set GIT_LFS_BIN_PATH="%LOCALAPPDATA%\GitLFS\bin" IF EXIST %GIT_LFS_BIN_PATH% GOTO DIRECTORY_EXISTS mkdir %GIT_LFS_BIN_PATH% set "path=%PATH%;%GIT_LFS_BIN_PATH:"=%"

So:

  • Confirm that the execution of install.bat was successful.
  • Review the material in ”

    \ \ \ \ \ \ %LOCALAPPDATA%\GitLFS\bin\ \ \ \ \

    “.
  • Ensure that you launch a fresh instance of the Command Prompt window.
  • Ensure that the environment variable for

    %PATH%

    is verified.
Git is not recognized as an internal or external command | Git error
Git is not recognized as an internal or external command | Git error

Hotfix branches

Maintenance or

“hotfix”

branches are used to quickly patch production releases.

Hotfix

branches are a lot like

release

branches and

feature

branches except they’re based on

main

instead of

develop

. This is the only branch that should fork directly off of

main

. As soon as the fix is complete, it should be merged into both

main

and

develop

(or the current

release

branch), and

main

should be tagged with an updated version number.

Having a dedicated line of development for bug fixes lets your team address issues without interrupting the rest of the workflow or waiting for the next release cycle. You can think of maintenance branches as ad hoc

release

branches that work directly with

main

. A

hotfix

branch can be created using the following methods:

Without the git-flow extensions:


git checkout main

git checkout -b hotfix_branch

When using the git-flow extensions:


$ git flow hotfix start hotfix_branch

Similar to finishing a

release

branch, a

hotfix

branch gets merged into both

main

and

develop.


git checkout main

git merge hotfix_branchgit checkout developgit merge hotfix_branchgit branch -D hotfix_branch


$ git flow hotfix finish hotfix_branch

Git: ‘flow’ is not a gitSee ‘git –help’

Solution 1:

Uninstall git-flow and then proceed with a manual installation.

On Linux:


sudo apt-get remove git-flow && wget --no-check-certificate -q -O - https://raw.github.com/nvie/gitflow/develop/contrib/gitflow-installer.sh | sudo bash

On Windows

For those using Cygwin, it is important to ensure that util-linux and wget are installed before executing the following command.


wget -q -O - --no-check-certificate github.com/nvie/gitflow/raw/develop/contrib/gitflow-installer.sh | bash

To acquire more details, refer to the project page available on Github.

Solution 2:

As pointed out in the comments, it is probable that

/usr/local/bin

is not configured in

$PATH

. To verify this, execute

echo $PATH

and ensure that

/usr/local/bin

is displayed. If it is not, then include it in

$PATH

.

Solution 3:

Encountered the problem on my Windows 10 (SourceTree) and resolved it by appending the respective folder to the PATH variable in “Environment variables for user”.


%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Atlassian\SourceTree\git_local\usr\bin

The issue was resolved after I shut down and relaunched SourceTree.

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New Git Users Be Like…

Feature branches

StepCreate the repository

Each new feature should reside in its own branch, which can be pushed to the central repository for backup/collaboration. But, instead of branching off of

main

,

feature

branches use

develop

as their parent branch. When a feature is complete, it gets merged back into develop. Features should never interact directly with

main

.

Note that

feature

branches combined with the

develop

branch is, for all intents and purposes, the Feature Branch Workflow. But, the Gitflow workflow doesn’t stop there.


Feature

branches are generally created off to the latest

develop

branch.

Creating a feature branch

Without the git-flow extensions:


git checkout develop

git checkout -b feature_branch

When using the git-flow extension:


git flow feature start feature_branch

Continue your work and use Git like you normally would.

Finishing a feature branch

When you’re done with the development work on the feature, the next step is to merge the

feature_branch

into

develop

.

Without the git-flow extensions:


git checkout develop

git merge feature_branch

Using the git-flow extensions:


git flow feature finish feature_branch

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As the error message says there is no such command. This is normal Git behavior when you’re trying to call a command that doesn’t exist.

From that exercise page it looks like the

I can’t see why that might be because all the command before that is missing, but the “detached HEAD” warning looks like you did something weird instead of just cloning the repository like the instructions say. 😅

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Yes, the clone did not create

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Gitflow workflow

Gitflow is a legacy Git workflow that was originally a disruptive and novel strategy for managing Git branches. Gitflow has fallen in popularity in favor of trunk-based workflows, which are now considered best practices for modern continuous software development and DevOps practices. Gitflow also can be challenging to use with CI/CD. This post details Gitflow for historical purposes.

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Prime Reacts: Is This NEW Language BETTER Than Rust? C++? (Zig First Impressions)

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Please Stop Recommending Git Flow! – George Stocker
Please Stop Recommending Git Flow! – George Stocker
Git Flow Vs Github Flow - Geeksforgeeks
Git Flow Vs Github Flow – Geeksforgeeks
Ep 40: Git Workflow - By Alex Xu - Bytebytego Newsletter
Ep 40: Git Workflow – By Alex Xu – Bytebytego Newsletter
Git Flow Vs Github Flow
Git Flow Vs Github Flow
Git - Wikipedia
Git – Wikipedia
Basic Git Commands With Examples - Geeksforgeeks
Basic Git Commands With Examples – Geeksforgeeks
Introduction To Git Version Control Workflow | Build5Nines
Introduction To Git Version Control Workflow | Build5Nines

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