Tnx for this reply, very usefull for me too. But can you explain how git will work, if i anyway modify origin/master , like checkout origin/master vim git checkout -a Okay, so origin/master in your repo is a local branch to where the remote's master branch was when you last looked.
The simple answer: you can't really modify origin/master locally. Jeffrey -- Thank you. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups Git for human beings group. To post to this group, send email to git-us...@googlegroups.com. To unsubscribe from this
On 12 ноя, 17:09, apm korja...@gmail.com wrote: The simple answer: you can't really modify origin/master locally. Jeffrey To further augment what Jeffrey said -- if you don't want the wrongly committed changes to get lost, then, while on that detached HEAD, do git tag mywork to tag the
Thanks so much for the detailed reply. I'll read this a few times over and pull up the docs. I have some things to learn :) On Nov 11, 8:12 am, Konstantin Khomoutov khomou...@gmail.com wrote: I'm new to this and having an issue. I have a local branch origin/ master. Using gitx I did a
Konstantin Khomoutov : In other words, that origin/master is local only in the sense that it is physically present on your machine, but it is not local in the sense that you can modify it. It is a reference branch, if you prefer. Really local branches are those you fork manually. Tnx