I'm not sure what "Fetch" means, as i use Git, and brief research suggests it is NOT the same as git fetch.
"Shelve" will take a snapshot of your current changes and store them in a small package separate from any commit or branch, then will clear those changes from your working copy. The "shelved" changes can later be re-applied to any branch (including the one you originally shelved from). This is most often used to temporarily get local changes out of the way in cases where you aren't ready to commit, but you want to pull changes from a remote.
HG Flow is a tool to streamline an OPTIONAL workflow. You can find out more about this workflow here: https://andy.mehalick.com/2011/12/24/an-introduction-to-hgflow
Hi Seth Foss,
sory for late reply Foss. your information is helpful for me.
i have a another question. why below notification is occur when work with git
and also when i try to first commit to the git repository, the index error is occur why? what is index and how to create it?
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