"Maris, Rob" <maris....@ingenieur.de> writes:
> Normally, when there are modifications in the working tree not yet added
> resp. committed, git will refuse to change to another branch.
Only if switching the branch requires touching the modified files.
> Actually, the modified
> status of git related to both branches after git checkout -b can have
> following consequences:
> - it is lost definitely when git reset -hard is executed
This is true regardless.
> - if committed, it is committed into the newly created branch
This is often the desired state, and there is no harm in doing it
Andreas Schwab, sch...@linux-m68k.org
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