Dilip

Thanks, that clears up a lot.

>
> - Note this difference: a **head** (lowercase) refers to any one of the
>  *named* heads (master, stable, dust) in the repository; **HEAD** (uppercase)
>  refers exclusively to the currently *active head*. This distinction is used
>  frequently in Git documentation.

Currently "active head" means HEAD for the current checked out branch, yes?

Also, then, what exactly does someone get when they do a "git clone"
on a remote repo that has multiple branches and hence multiple heads?

Thanks!

Pito

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