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Working on an ARC branch

last updated at 2022-12-13 Challenge Solution

Work on a second branch and contribute to the main branch using merge/pull requests

  1. Use arc get to get the main branch of the repository.
  2. Work on the ARC.
  3. Use arc sync -b SecondBranchName.

💡 This will create a commit with your newest changes and push the commit to a new branch with the given name. When you finished editing your ARC, you can merge your progress into the main branch.

Git status

You can check on which branch you are currently working on and the status of this branch by using

git status

💡 This will print to the console, if you are behind, up to date, or ahead of the main branch.

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