On Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 12:22 AM, QT<chyi....@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> git checkout branch_1
> git checkout head;
> git add file_1;
> git commit -a -m"prepare to add init()";

So you commited it to branch_1

> git checkout master.

And now you've checked out the master branch.

>
> It seems my commit of add file_1 is disappeared.
> Can I find it?

It should be on the branch

git checkout branch_1

and the file should be in your working set.

Now if you want to merge the changes back to master:

git checkout master
git merge branch_1



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