On Tuesday, July 3, 2012, jack sparrow <dafs...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't understand why each branch has to be related to one
> another. Here's my thought, i should be able to create
> multiple branches each possibly with certain tag version.
> The work done in each branch can be on completely different
> files or the same files. Once changes to a branch is
> complete they can be commited and pushed to the master.
> These changes can be pulled in to the other branch by
> pulling the changes from the master. If there are any
> conflicts they can be resolved manually. This way i can
> work parallely on multiple things without affecting from
> each other. I was of this opinion when i first came to
> know about git branching.
Git isn't going to discard your uncommited changes without being told to do
so, and it's not going to commit them without being told, either. You can
use 'git stash' if you need a temoprary place to put your changes while you
work on something else.
Gehm's Corollary to Clark's Law: Any technology distinguishable from
magic is insufficiently advanced.
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