The situation is a bit unclear, but I assume C and R both work on the same
machine, in the same directory, which, of course, contains the same files
for both of them. If C checks out another branch, git will overwrite the
contents of the directory; as R still watches that same directory, he will
see these changes. I don't know any version control system that works the
other way, so I don't really see the problem here.
On Jan 10, 2016 2:38 PM, "leam hall" <leamh...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hey y'all,
>
> I'm not complaining about the magic, but would like to understand. If user
> C is coding on a git branch and user R goes into that code's directory,
> then R will see whatever files are in the current branch. If C changes
> branches, R's view will also change. How does that happen?
>
> Thanks!
>
> Leam
>
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