Greetings,

I am having trouble getting up to speed with git.  Your help is greatly 
appreciated.  For example:

blake@vm-mint-14 ~/Backup/gcl/gcl.git $ git pull
Already up-to-date.
blake@vm-mint-14 ~/Backup/gcl/gcl.git $ git branch
* master
blake@vm-mint-14 ~/Backup/gcl/gcl.git $ git checkout Version_2_6_10pre
Branch Version_2_6_10pre set up to track remote branch Version_2_6_10pre 
from origin.
Switched to a new branch 'Version_2_6_10pre'
blake@vm-mint-14 ~/Backup/gcl/gcl.git $ git branch
* Version_2_6_10pre
  master
blake@vm-mint-14 ~/Backup/gcl/gcl.git $ git checkout master
Switched to branch 'master'
blake@vm-mint-14 ~/Backup/gcl/gcl.git $ git branch
  Version_2_6_10pre
* master
blake@vm-mint-14 ~/Backup/gcl/gcl.git $ git --version
git version 1.7.10.4


The first time I did a 'git branch' it only showed master.  Then, when I 
switch to a branch that I magically know about, git then knows about the 
branch.  Is there some sort of logic to this?  I don't get git because it 
defies any kind of understanding I try to apply to it.

Your help is greatly appreciated.

Blake McBride

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