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@@ -61,9 +61,9 @@ and commit before switching back to the master branch. Whenever you want to retu
$ git checkout dirty
-We touched upon this command in an earlier chapter, when discussing loading old states. Now we can describe what happens when you load an old state using the checkout command: the files change to the requested state, but we must leave the master branch. Any commits made from now on take your files down a different road.
+We touched upon this command in an earlier chapter, when discussing loading old states. At last we can tell the whole story: the files change to the requested state, but we must leave the master branch. Any commits made from now on take your files down a different road, which can be named later.
-Hence after checking out an old state, Git automatically puts you in a new, unnamed branch, which can be named and saved with *git checkout -b*.
+In other words, after checking out an old state, Git automatically puts you in a new, unnamed branch, which can be named and saved with *git checkout -b*.
=== Quick Fixes ===
@@ -119,7 +119,7 @@ It's easy to extend this trick for any number of parts.
=== Reorganizing a Medley ===
-Perhaps you like to work on all aspects of a project in the same branch. You want to keep works-in-progress to yourself and want others to see your commits only when they have been neatly organized. Then after cloning:
+Perhaps you like to work on all aspects of a project in the same branch. You want to keep works-in-progress to yourself and want others to see your commits only when they have been neatly organized. Make a couple of clones:
$ git checkout -b sanitized
$ git checkout -b medley

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