Adapting existing branch structure to Stash branching model


We are looking to adapt the new stash branching model to optimize our branch layout/usage.
Today our branches are named as follows:

  • master
  • release_1
  • release_2
  • etc.

What is the best way to adapt the the stash branch model where the branch names would be:

  • release/release_1
  • release/release_2
  • etc.

Should we just clone each current release branch to a new branch using the new Stash 'create branch' feature and then remove the old branches?


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Hi Jan, This doesn't answer your question as written, but the prefixes for Stash's branches ar configurable. You can change the prefix to release_ and everything should work for you. Look in the repo settings.

Ah, that's even better! Thanks!

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