Both planets are shown in the new branch.
newbranch was created after commiting the first planet’s information, when we commit the new information, the file shows both planets
However, if we checkout back to the
master branch, as this branch is one commit behind
newbranch, the file shows just the first planet
On my master branch only the first entry about Saturn is shown in the readme.md
On my new branch ‘anotherplanet’ both the entry about Saturn and my new entry about Mercury is shown in the readme.md
The file shows the second planet that is added. If we switch back to master, the readme shows the content of the first planet.
I followed the instructions, and with the new branch (from Step 4) checked out, I saw the second planet. When I then checked out the branch ‘master,’ the file contained the first planet, not the second.
As i quit atom when i was in testbranch, it shows both planets.
When i write the order git checkout testbranch, i went and make commits in that branch.
If i want to go back to master branch: git checkout master
then it would only show the first planet.
How does this look different from your master branch?
Did you follow the branching here?
What is the difference between your two branches? Do you see both planets on both branches?
Amazing walkthrough here
Great work on this exercise!
Would you mind sharing a little more about your screenshot? For example - what is the difference between your branches?
If you switch back to the master branch is this still the case?