On Thursday, February 19, 2015 at 3:07:56 AM UTC+1, AJ Manoulian wrote:
> I have a project in xcode and I did a time machine backup of everything 
> before I did a clean install of the new OS. I had some changes in my 
> project that I hadn't committed to git. When I brought all my files back on 
> to the computer, all those changes seemed to be lost. When I open up the 
> project file it is the version from when I performed my last commit. Has 
> this happened to anyone else? Does anyone know where to look for the most 
> current file? I'm pretty new to git and xcode, so sorry if I'm leaving 
> anything out. 

Changes which have not yet been committed are not tracked by Git at all. So 
it's the same with these changes as any other files you had on the system 
during data migration. This has nothing to do with neither Git nor Xcode. 

Probably you made the changes after the last time machine sync ran, and 
thus you lost all the later changes. Time Machine has a "Back up now" 
option you should run before you do a clean install.

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