Does anyone know a consultant who could help train us a bit on Git? I
thought I understood most of the basics, but something things get very
confusing and we need some help sorting things out.
For example today we created a new branch and made some commits to it. But
it shows that master is "identical" to this new branch, but in fact it
should be "1 commit behind'. So it's as if whatever we commit to the new
branch is also being committed to the branch called master. Maybe rebase
has something to do with this? I read that rebase can "split" commits
I'm tempted to just delete my repo and start tracking these files from
scratch because something it no longer makes sense to me. But would be nice
if we can just straighten it out, so I don't have to lose my revision
If I compare "master" and with my new branch ("search-label-issue") it
shows the difference between them (one .css file was changed). So it knows
that are different yet it says they are "identical" (instead of "1 commit
behind") in the SmartGit branch switcher. That's screwed up!
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