It has been a while since using Sourcetree and I need to modify a program from 2 years ago. Below is how it was saved on Bitbucket. (The production program was generated from the Working copy).
I notice the Master is not at the top. Does this mean the latest was never committed/pushed up? If so, how can I correct this?
I want to modify the program using a new branch. Where do I need to branch from?
Is there a way to ignore the uncommitted changes (unnecessary compile generated files)?
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You are correct, your master branch does not have the latest that is in the RA431... branch, meaning it has not been merged into your master branch.
Where you branch off from is up to you, if you need the latest code you can either do it from RA431... branch, or you can wait until it has been merged into master and then branch off of master.
Yes, your unnecessary files can be ignored by using a gitignore file. Note that the gitignore file does not affect files that are already in the repository.
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