git gui branch management
Hi I am an inexperienced Git user on Windows. I am using Git Gui. I am interested in Branch Management.
My repo has a branch called 'leafy', how do I check this branch out to my local machine, and them cherry pick a commit from master into leafy?
Thanks a LOT
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