On 19 October 2013 15:02, Charles Manning <cdhmann...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I suggest you work through the example again using something like gitk. That
> will show you what branches there are and show you the difference between
> the local and remote branches of the same name. Using gitk between
> operations is highly instructive as you learn to use git.
Agreed. Note that gitk defaults to showing only commits that are in the current
branch, and 'gitk --all' is needed to show more than that.
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