To rename a local Git branch, you can use the following command in your terminal or command prompt:
git branch -m <new_branch_nam
Replace with the desired new name for your branch. For example:
git branch -m new_feature
This will rename the current branch to new_feature.
If you want to rename a branch that you are not currently on, you can use the following command:
git branch -m
Replace with the name of the branch you want to rename, and with the desired new name for the branch. For example:
git branch -m old_feature new_feature
This will rename the branch old_feature to new_feature.
Note: After renaming the branch, don’t forget to push the changes to the remote repository if it’s necessary.