Sourcetree V. allows change branch with uncommited changes without stash them


(Sorry for my bad english)

Sourcetree V. Win7

I haven't too much experience with git and sourcetree but, i think this issue wasnt possible on previous versions of Sourcetree.

Steps to recreate it:

1) Two branches: Develop and Master

2) New feature on Develop.

3) Edit multiple files in that feature.

4) Change to develop branch ---> Sourcetree let me change to develop with that uncommited changes!

AND (really awesome...) I see that changes on develop branch!!


I will surely be doing something wrong...

Thanks in advance

1 answer

In general, Git will allow the behavior you described as long as the changes are made to a file that is the same between the two branches. If Git allows it, SourceTree allows it.

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