How to update local branch rather than the whole branch
I have Branch1, origin/Branch1, origin/Branch2, and origin/Branch3
And, I'm now on Branch1
git fetch and git pull would download the whole objects. It will cause I spend more time for downloading.
Therefore, I want to know how can I only download objects which are from origin/Branch1
My git version: 22.214.171.124
In repo tool, we can use "repo sync --current-branch" to accomplish this.
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