Checkout a branch after release #244

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@johncongdon

I didn't like having to remember to do git checkout develop after doing a release. I hope this variable name is ok...

@baby-gnu

Hello,

In what I see in the actual nvie code, the develop branch is checkout for the backmerge.

So after doing git flow release finish <version> you are on develop.

This was not displayed in the "summary of actions", which is corrected in petervanderdoes/gitflow-avh#24.

Regards.

@johncongdon

If you do the git flow release finish -p NAME, then it leaves you on the master.

All I know is that I always ended back on the master branch after doing a release. And I often forgot to change back to develop.

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