git aliases are useful command-line shortcuts to save a minute or two here and there while working with your version-controlled source code (or other data).
Here’s one I’ve been using recently in case it saves you time too. It creates and checks out a new branch based on the latest code in the master branch of the
master branch on the
To use it, just add the following line to your `~/.gitconfig`
fb = "!git fetch origin && git checkout -t origin/master -b
git fb try/some-new-feature
`fb` is short for “feature branch“
Ah, the smell. If I had to choose a single scent to associate with Spring in the Southeastern US, it’d be the sharp and sunny zing of a Magnolia Tree covered in flowers of various states of unravel.