On 5/20/2014 12:40 PM, Arup Rakshit wrote:
On Tuesday, May 20, 2014 11:24:11 AM you wrote:
Arup Rakshit <arupraks...@rocketmail.com> writes:

Untracked files and modifications to files in your working directory
do not belong to your current branch.  This is to allow you, after
starting to work on one branch then realizing that the changes and
additions you are making do not belong there, to switch to a more
appropriate branch at that point without losing your work so far,
taking these changes and additions with you to the branch you want
to commit your changes to.

Now, It makes sense. I gave it another try and this time I walk from back to
front.

Now you can see, that I have created, a new file called *file.txt*, in the
*master branch*.

NO, you didn't.

> arup@linux-wzza:~/Git_tutorial> git status
> # On branch master
> # Untracked files:
> #   (use "git add <file>..." to include in what will be committed)
> #
> #       file.txt

See that file.txt is listed under "Untracked files"?
Git sees the file, but since you haven't added it with "git add", it's untracked and Git doesn't care about it.

It lists it with the status command, so you will see that it's not yet tracked.

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.marius
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