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Wording in Lesson 5 —> Exploring History —> Version Control with Git #577

seanemccartney opened this Issue Dec 5, 2018 · 0 comments


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seanemccartney commented Dec 5, 2018

The wording in the last “Solution” section reads strangely.
I feel it should read: The answer is 2 because “git add venus.txt” was written before the line “Venus is too hot to be suitable as a base” was appended, which was lost when git checkout was executed. Using the flag -a with git commit would have prevented the lost.

I also think it would benefit the same lesson (lesson 5 —> Exploring History —> Version Control with Git) by including Solutions to the questions, “Recovering Older Versions of a File” and “Reverting a Commit”.


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