Merge two remote branches in git
Let me paraphrase, I would like to merge two git repositories with the same name, but different remote.
That is, I have a repo_name hosted in git, under a branch name of repo_name_a and I added another branch to git under branch name : repo_name_b
Now, to merge those, what can I do ?
What command can I use to know how many files are different between two branches, just a summary, not the actual files. Something like: 51 Modified 3 Deleted 4 New files Thanks.
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