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SSH to BitBucket and change branches

I am trying to push local changes to a BitBucket.  To connect to BitBucket:

  1. git add --all at the command line to add the files or changes to the repository.
  2. Enter git commit -m '<commit_message>' at the command line to commit new files/changes to the local repository. For the <commit_message> , you can enter anything that describes the changes you are committing.
  3. Enter git push 

 However, I do not want to push to the MAIN Branch.  I want to push to the Branch local/develop


I am not sure how to do this.


Any help with changing Branches will be VERY helpful

Git* cmdline* Bitbucket

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Adelaido Jimenez

8/22/2022 - Mon
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