GitLab- Clone a Repository

  Step 1: - Goto and select your repository Step 2: - Copy the url (Clone URL Https) Step3: - Clone it on your local system. To c...


Step 1:- Goto and select your repository

Step 2:- Copy the url (Clone URL Https)

Step3:- Clone it on your local system.

To clone main branch

git clone   

To clone a specific branch

git clone -b master

Step4:- A new directory with repository name will be created.

            cd springbootmicroservice

            git branch -M main

            git pull origin main  # pull the files from main branch

Step 5:- Create a new file in the local repo and push it to the remote repo.


            git add

            git commit -m " file is added"

            git push -uf origin main




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GitLab- Clone a Repository
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