On Fri, Oct 28, 2011 at 4:48 PM, Chris Stone <nightshade1...@gmail.com>wrote:
> Sorry about the short reply earlier I was on my phone.
> What's going on here is when you did the clone it defaults to master. When
> you did git flow init it created the develop branch for you. To get your
> test file while on develop you need to perform a git merge origin/develop.
> If you did a fresh clone then the git checkout develop or "origin/develop"
> depending on how you have git configured would have worked. For more
> information I would check out the man pages for git clone git checkout and
> git merge. Not trying to say RTD here. I have found that git has a lot of
> options and the best way to find out which one you need is to look at the
> man pages. I hope this helps John.
Thanks Chris! I'll take a look at that on Monday. I had hoped the git flow
would have handled that for me. Guess not.
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