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  1. Hi all Below is an image of my git with labels. As you can see there are 3 branches and a master. I created the branch B3 from B2 and B2 from B1 but i guess for git all seem to come from the master ulimately ( I mean the trunk of the tree is common to all). The pen-ultimate commit comes from the production server. I then cloned that into my local machine where I wish to develop and test locally. That is the basic idea - to develop and test locally and then push to the repo. From there pull the changes to the server and run it there. Continue to develop and test locally and then pu
  2. Hi, I am using the git for versioning a project running on a VM running linux. I have made n number of commits on the remote repo in bitbucket. Now I wish to develop the same project on another VM running linux and the aws beanstalk(EB) library/package. So while the code is same the environments are different. There are EB related folders on the aws eb machine that are not there on the first VM. I don't want to mix the two since that would surely result in a lot of confusion. I can keep the two ( or can i ?) on two separate branches from here on but then the code that is being mo
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