What does "Using network 'develop'" mean?

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I am trying the pet-shop tutorial and when i install pet-shop, i get the following message:

truffle(develop)> migrate
Using network 'develop'.
Network up to date.
truffle(develop)> test
Using network 'develop'.
0 passing (0ms)

In this, there is a line "Using network 'develop'", what does that mean?

Jul 17, 2018 in Blockchain by digger
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It means that the name of the network you are using is "develop". In this case it just means that the name of network you have migrated/tested in "develop".
answered Jul 17, 2018 by slayer
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