from the master I just uses the defaults in the GUI. Create branch,
Name Branch, OK. For Commiting: Edit or add a file to the directory
tree . Refresh (making sure I'm in the branch I want to be in. Stage.
Commit. If I refresh after checking in to the master, I see the change
is available to the master. Also if I build within visual studio I
will get the last changes I made no matter what I have done within
Git. I understand why that happens - I'm outside of the git
environment when I build...But I would like to be able to build each
branch separately

On Aug 3, 12:21 pm, PJ Weisberg <> wrote:
> On Wednesday, August 3, 2011, Michael Hazen <> wrote:
> > So impossible or not, What I see is a changed file showing up in the
> > master after a commit but not a merge.
> > This is especially obvious if a file is added. I may be
> > misunderstanding something, however.
> How are you creating a new branch?  How do you commit a change to that
> branch?
> --
> -PJ

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