Updating paths is incompatible with switching branche
Most likely because it hasn't been written yet or simply because it doesn't have multiple branches at all (I didn't look).When dealing with non core plugins, you really need to use your initiative.By checking out a branch you're phisically extracting files into your Moodle instance and you'll install that code into it: it is wise NOT to track more than a remote branch because otherwise you could downgrade or upgrade the code using a not consistent branch for your Moodle instance.You should take care of this aspect because, when you have more than one local branch (The problem with the theme example is that it assumes that the the repository has branches that match the Moodle core branches.So, anyone able to help with advice here (Iḿ still new to git really), and also contribute towards improving documentation for a HI Stuart.I think it's a great idea to improve that Git documentation for non-developers - I have noticed myself some parts are out of date but haven't wanted to change them since I don't know enough about Git myself, but I will certainly test out the improved text Hopefully some Git experts will come along and offer some advice. In the documentation, this command is being used to update (I think?But even if youre not, the takeaway from these stories can easily be applied to the private sector: Focus on the impact, the people -- the customers -- and success will follow.More business processes and highly-specialized tasks are being targeted for automation with the goal of making people and companies more efficient.
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Did you intend to checkout 'origin/MOODLE_25_STABLE' which can not be resolved as commit?
OK, so now Iḿ confused because I didnt think I was switching branches?
Did you intend to checkout 'origin/MOODLE_25_STABLE' which can not be resolved as commit? is a bad beast because of its learning curve but you'll be addicted to it the same as to Moodle, some day .
First: when you clone the repo from somewhere into your PC, it will extract by default the files contained in the ) the branch you want by creating a local branch usually named as the remote one in order to track the remote branch.