GIT, Do I move source code back to master? and How

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  • One Solution collect form web for “GIT, Do I move source code back to master? and How”

    Well

    git checkout
    

    should actually be

    git checkout myfix
    

    If you did in fact do this then you can “move” the code into the master branch like so

    git checkout master
    git merge myfix
    
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