To reformat multiple branches at once in git, you can follow these steps:
- Start by creating a new branch from the base branch you want to reformat. Let's consider the base branch as main for this example:
git checkout -b reformat-branches main
- Use the git branch command to list all branches in your repository:
- Identify the branches that you want to reformat and make a note of their names.
- Run a loop or iterate through the branches you want to reformat and perform the necessary reformatting steps for each branch. This process could vary depending on your specific requirements, but here's a general example:
- Finally, push the changes to the remote repository:
git push -u origin reformat-branches
Note: Make sure to replace origin with your remote repository name.
After following these steps, the specified branches will be reformatted. Remember to review the changes before merging the
reformat-branches branch back into
main or any other desired branch.