Git: how to change active branch on remote repository?
I worked on some code on a local branch and then I pushed it to a remote test repository with this command:
git push origin fix_vouchers:fix_vouchers
I'd like to change the active brank on that remote repository so that the other developers can test this code. Can I do this from my local environment?
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