To merge a branch into another branch in Git, you can use the
git merge command. Here’s an example:
Assume you have two branches named
master. You want to merge the changes from the
feature branch into the
- First, switch to the target branch, which is
masterin this case:
git checkout master
- Then, run the
git mergecommand with the name of the branch that you want to merge, which is
featurein this case:This will merge the changes from the
featurebranch into the
git merge feature
- If there are any conflicts between the branches, Git will prompt you to resolve them manually. You can use a text editor or a merge tool to resolve the conflicts.
- After resolving the conflicts, commit the changes by running the
git commit -m "Merge feature branch into master branch"
- Finally, push the changes to the remote repository using the
git push origin master
This will push the merged changes to the
master branch on the remote repository.
That’s it! The changes from the
feature branch should now be merged into the