Andreas Schwab <sch...@linux-m68k.org> writes:
> Angelo Borsotti <angelo.borso...@gmail.com> writes:
>> If they are specified after -b, the command seems to behave as if -b
>> was not specified, e.g.:
>> $ git checkout -b --no-track topic remotes/origin/master
> -b requires an argument <new_branch>, which you specify as --no-track
> here. <start_point> is topic, and the rest is interpreted as <paths>.
>> fatal: git checkout: updating paths is incompatible with switching branches.
> This error is detected before validating <new_branch>.
>> while if they are specified before -b the command behaves properly, e.g.
>> $ git checkout --no-track -b topic remotes/origin/master
>> Switched to a new branch 'topic'
> You can also specify --no-track after -b (and its argument):
> $ git checkout -b topic --no-track remotes/origin/master
Isn't this "asked and answered" recently with this thread?
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