$ ./example.py branch
$ ./example.py branch newBranch newConfig.json
$ ./example.py branch default
$ ./example.py branch -h
- Default branch is 'default'
- Active branch = current branch
- When should I use new branch?
- different databases
- different solutions for the same task
- the most important results you want to store for your boss (put it into 'release' branch)
- Bind your source file (.py) to the specific branch:
if __name__ == '__main__':