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Comment:Fixed a command in the previoius checkin
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User & Date: wyoung 2019-06-19 17:59:08
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2019-06-19
18:01
Typo fix check-in: 184cf208 user: wyoung tags: trunk
17:59
Fixed a command in the previoius checkin check-in: d5e1e113 user: wyoung tags: trunk
17:58
More expansion on the discussion of creating branches in Fossil, especially in the second-form commands, which were incomplete in the prior version. check-in: 73911668 user: wyoung tags: trunk
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that further checkins occur on that branch as well, as children of the
last checkin on that branch.

The second, more complicated option is:

<pre>
    $ fossil branch new my-new-branch-name trunk
    $ fossil update new my-new-branch-name
    $ fossil commit
</pre>

Not only is the first command longer, you must give the second command
before creating any checkins, because until you do, your local working
directory remains on the same branch it was on at the time you issued
the command.







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that further checkins occur on that branch as well, as children of the
last checkin on that branch.

The second, more complicated option is:

<pre>
    $ fossil branch new my-new-branch-name trunk
    $ fossil update my-new-branch-name
    $ fossil commit
</pre>

Not only is the first command longer, you must give the second command
before creating any checkins, because until you do, your local working
directory remains on the same branch it was on at the time you issued
the command.