On Mon, 29 Aug 2005, Ben Greear wrote:
> 
> I tried 'git checkout ben_dev_rfcnt'.  It took a few seconds and
> had no errors.  But, the files created on my other branch still
> exist in the code tree, and I still see my patch in the
> existing files..  I would expect them to go away.
> 
> I don't think I've managed to commit anything to any branch yet...  Could that
> be part of the problem?

Yes. If you haven't committed anything, then the dirty state follows you
to the other branch (unless the branch differs in the dirty files, in
which case "git checkout" will refuse with a hopefully quite
understandable error message).

> I tried gitk -all, and get this error popup:

Double dashes: "gitk --all".

                Linus
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