How to clone all remote branches in Git?

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Hi Guys,

I have one Github repository. In this repo, I have multiple branches. I want to clone all the branches in the local Git. How can I do that?

Sep 4 in Git & GitHub by akhtar
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Hi@akhtar,

You can use the git clone command to your local Git. It will clone the whole repo to your system as shown below.

$ git clone git://account_name/reponame
$ cd reponame

To see all branches, you can use the command.

$ git branch -a
answered Sep 4 by MD
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