Check back this list's history. There was an identical problem a few days
On 3 Sep 2013 15:44, "maya melnick" <maya778...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> I'm just starting out with Git... I have a little issue with branching:
> I'm in branch master; I create a new branch; checkout new branch (called
> 'test'); I make changes and save them; I switch back to branch master; but
> changes I made in branch 'test' are still there... they do not get
> i.e., following what's here,
> if you look right underneath figure 3.8, where it says
> That command [git checkout master] did two things. It moved the HEAD
>> pointer back to point to the branch, and it reverted the files in your
>> working directory back to the snapshot that points to.
> [emphasis mine]
> but in my case when I switch back to branch master the changes I made in
> branch 'test' do not get reverted.... I look in the dir and the one file I
> added in branch 'test' is still there when I have switched to branch
> (I haven't commited, it's just a test branch, I don't want to
> commit....;-) make sense?
> (I haven't staged either.....)
> thank you....
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