Yeah but how do i check branches size?
master isn't gone. You still have full access to it.
You can even do:
git checkout origin/master
To see what is in origin/master without the need for creating a local branch.
You can also do:
git checkout -b new-feature origin/master
At this point, new-feature is identical to origin/master.
Be sure to run git fetch to sync any changes to the remote repo with your local.
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