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Display git fetch as a different branch


I just started to use source tree.

Something I don't get, I did fetch and git the top line. Why is the top line is not in a different view "branch"?

Right now, it is kind of indicating that they are in the same phase, but the top row is not really merged yet.

Can I display a fetch in a different branch? it is confusing.





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minnsey Atlassian Team Feb 04, 2019


If I understand your question correctly what you are seeing is the difference between your local repository and it's remote version.

Your local copy of master is at the 8:18 commit, while the remote is at the 11:36 one hence it refers to origin/master. Your fetch has retrieved the latest updates from the remote, origin, but you have not yet pulled them into your working copy.

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