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How do I rename a local Git branch?


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How can I rename a local branch which hasn't been pushed to a remote branch?

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f you want to rename a branch while pointed to any branch, do:

git branch -m <oldname> <newname>

If you want to rename the current branch, you can do:

git branch -m <newname>

A way to remember this is -m is for "move" (or mv), which is how you rename files.

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