On Sat, 2 Mar 2013 07:48:41 -0800 (PST)
Surya <kasturisu...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I created a branch "b1" from "master". I am working on some
> improvements in "b1". I didn't commit anything. Not even stage!
> In the middle of the story, I found another bug need to be address
> soon. So, I thought to create another branch "b2" from Master and
> work on it, merge it with master, push it to origin.. and later on go
> back to "b1" job.
> However, when I switched to "master" to create "b2" branch for fixing
> bug, I found all the "untracked" files of "b1" branch in "master"!!
> All I thought till now is, until I "merge" or "push", from a branch
> I don't practically, change things in "master".. However, I see
> things now..
This problem stems from having a wrong mental model about how branching
work in Git. Consider reading this my lengthy reply  to someone with
exactly the same problem.
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