On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 07:11:18PM -0700, David Zhu wrote:
> Hello!
> I have been pulling the "next" branch of FlightGear : http://gitorious.org/fg
> However, I would like to start getting the "master" branch, instead of
> the "next", because it is more stable.
> Is there anyway to pull a different branch? I started with cloning/
> pulling the "next" branch, but now I want to pull the "master" branch.
> How would I go about doing this?
> Thank you

Well, you probably don't want to "pull" the master branch into
your "next" branch.  You probably want to checkout a clean
master and then start tracking that.

To do that it should be as simple as "git checkout master".
>From that point forward, "git pull origin master" should
keep you updated.

Is there anything I'm missing?



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