I am working with git and I have repository that has future changes associated with it but all I want to see is the current status of the repository without those future changes.
So is there a way to toggle that future view feature off so that SourceTree deals only with what is rather than what is and what will be?
Okay I do this step by step:
1) I clone a local repository of a git repository located elsewhere onto my machine
2) On the following day I look at the repository using SourceTree and I see where I am at with the repository but I also see where the parent repository is at with an indication that my repository is X number commits behind this main repository.
This last feature – the one that goes out to view this "main" repository to show changes made to it since I pulled a copy of it to my local machine – is what I want to be able to toggle OFF (and ON because at times it is useful) so that I can just view what I have in my local repository via SourceTree. Does that clarify what I am asking?
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