I am brand new to SourceTree. But I ahve been using Git for a few years. I just started up SourceTree and cloned a repo.
One thing that is confusing is right off the serach tab, which I believe is displayed right away, it displaying a differential.
It seems to be the last commit I did in this repo. Is that default behavior? It worried me at first that soemhow I was already out of sync with the repo and I had just cloned.
Why is anything displayed at all when I am not even trying to search?
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