Git Switch

I guess I’m still used to switching with git checkout

I went through the Git Crash Course as part of the program and to see if there were any special caveats regarding Unity with Git, since it’s been a little while since I’ve worked with that combination. Doesn’t seem like there’s anything special to be aware of. Git for Unity isn’t really any different than Git for anything else :)

Having a lot of development experience and use of these kinds of tools, and git specifically, pretty much every day for the last decade, I sort of breezed through this course. I didn’t want to skip it altogether, in case there was anything new for me to learn. And I did pickup something I wasn’t aware of. We don’t just use git branch or git checkout to navigate between git branches anymore, there’s also git switch! So that was something new to pickup, though I still generally prefer to use the commands I’ve grown used to. Seems to be an attempt to separate the functionality of git checkout, since it’s leveraged for multiple things.




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Ahad L. Amdani

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Father, software developer, writer and avid gamer.

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