How to get git to not show certain files under untracked section in git status
When I type git status I have so many untracked files I can't even read the rest of my status output because it gets cut off in terminal. Is there a way to get certain file extensions not to show up as untracked under git status?
I tried to clean my git up a bit, so I untracked all files with git rm -r --cached . Afterwards, I tried to add them again with git add -A or git add . but, neither of them seem to work, because wh
Sometimes, it makes sense to forbid git commit when there are untracked files, because you should add them either to files to commit or gitignore. And an option like -f to force this commit is also ne
A-->B-->C-->D-->E (master) \->X-->Y-/-->Z (debug) Hi all if try git log master..debug then I get Z only, because X, Y were merged to master branch. briefly, i wanna get all log
we have just started using a git account of our Django website project so that the team can collaborate on the source code. I have heard different things concerning what should be done with the /medi
When I do a git status I see a lot of changed files. Normally 10-15. Now I want to commit 2-3 files from these changed ones and commit. What’s the easy to do this without using a mouse to copy the f
Is there a way to search git repository using git grep but exclude certain paths/directories/files from the search? Like the --exclude option in normal grep command. If you are curious: I don't want
I am a git noob and git just deleted a bunch of important files. How do I get them back? I have a repo on my local machine. To get into git, I just right click my project folder and select git bash h
This question already has an answer here: How do I add an empty directory to a Git repository? 21 answers git status command doesn't show new untracked directories and I can't git add them.. Ho
In my git repositiory, whenever I do any git commands like git status or git log, I get the error: fatal: bad config file line 1 in .git/config How do I rebuild that file or a new one?
How would you get a count of all the files currently in a git repository?
I have two git repositories and a lot of untracked changes between them: ftp --> C-- (untracked changes) --D / \ git A--B--C <-- old/master \ \ \ new/master --> D--E--F How can I merge old
I'm wondering how I can perform the equivalent of git status with dulwich? I tried this: After adding/changing/renaming some files and staging them for commit, this is what I've tried doing: from dulw
I want to remove several files from git repository. My repository has several branches and I do following: git rm --cached filename git commit -am deleted filename git checkout anotherbranch I am g
git what are untracked files in a repository?
It looks like git_index_get_bypath and git_status_foreach_ext (with GIT_STATUS_SHOW_INDEX_ONLY) are just different ways of reading the index. What are the differences, and why would I use one vs. the
Is there away to make git only retain the most recent version of certain blob files without keeping any history on the blob? I have a huge data set that my project relies on, but no one cases about th
I am new to GIT. I wish to know what is Tracked and Untracked file? I read in Pro GIT book about them but could not quite understand.. Can anyone explain me the difference between the 2 by providin
When I'm doing a git status on my Git Bash, due to a massive untracked and added files, the terminal is like scrolling the list up to the end of the file. Is there a way I can pause it so I can view a
So I added a folder to my .gitignore file. Once I do a git status it tells me # On branch latest nothing to commit (working directory clean) However, when I try to change branches I get the following
I'm facing a situation where I have accidentally done a git rm foo.c before committing it even once. So, it was completely untracked by git and yet the file was physically deleted. I have already trie
I have deleted about 20 files from my project. How to commit them with one command instead of git rm ... them one by one?
I get an unexpected appearance of dev/null in my git status output after interactively adding a patch for a file that was renamed. I'm wondering if this is expected and there is some good reason for
This question already has an answer here: Show ignored files in git 5 answers I have configured numerous .gitignore files to filter out many different unwanted files from a set of about 6,000 u
After I called git add <file> the command git status will show me something like: ... new file: <file> Somehow I can't manage it to get the same information by using ls-files, it (ls-file
Is there a way to have git status ignore certain changes within a file? Background I have some files in my repository that are auto-generated (yes, I know that's typically not recommended, but I have
Always when I run git status some files are listed as untracked, that is how it should be. But I would like to not have them listed there everytime I run git status. As what I have understood, I shoul
One of the commands I find incredibly useful in Git is git add -u to throw everything but untracked files into the index. Is there an inverse of that? In the last few months, I've often found myself i
I accidentally saved a file on the wrong branch. Then I did git reset --soft HEAD^ and now git status says I'm behind by 14 commits and lists a bunch of modified files in red. Including some untracked
In my git repository I can do git status and it tells me that everything is up to date:  : git status # On branch master nothing to commit (working directory clean) If I connect to the repositor
How do I easily remove several files without manually typing the full paths of all of them to git rm? I have plenty of modified files I'd like to keep so removing all modified is not possible either.
Basically I am searching for the git equivalent to hg status -c: -c --clean show only files without changes Calling git status lists by default all 'dirty' files (i.e. files with changes) and untrac
The list should include creation, modifications, and deleted files.
When i hit 'git status', it shows 2 folders that contains files that are tracked long time ago: $ git status # On branch master # Untracked files: # (use git add <file>... to include in what w
This command works to get the files and compile them: git clone a-valid-git-url for example: git clone git://cfdem.git.sourceforge.net/gitroot/cfdem/liggghts However, git status (or any other git co
I am little bit new to Git.I would like to push some files to my git origin(remote). What I did: I had my master -> I created a branch to do some job -> after that I merged my branch to my maste
I'm using git and developing in Python (although this is obviously relevant to any other data managed with git). How do I tell git I don't want to see all the .pyc files from python in git status?
I'd like git status to always use the short format: $ git status --short M src/meck.erl M test/meck_tests.erl ?? erl_crash.dump ?? meck_test_module.coverdata There does not seem to exist a configurat
I'm writing a script that calls git show a bunch of times. Sometimes, it calls git show $COMMIT:$FILE on $FILE that doesn't exist in $COMMIT. This prints an error to the terminal. Normally this would
I want Git to ignore certain config files during merge. I tried updating git attributes by changing the merge strategy to 'ours' as below. But this works only if there is a merge conflict. http://git-
I have 4 files in a folder. I have modified 3 of them. How do I add and push only the modified files all at once. Will git add . work here.
I have this git status: User#/d/Work/Project/Module1/NV/build (master)$ git status # On branch master # Your branch is ahead of 'origin/master' by 3 commits. # (use git push to publish your local co
In bitkeeper/bk, how do I list all untracked files in my repository?
See below the solid line for my original question. I have a folder in my local directory that is untracked. When I run git status, I get: Changed but not updated: modified: vendor/plugins/open_flash_c
After I deleted files from my directory on git status command from git bash cli I'm getting list of all deleted files in red like deleted: MyProject/commands/fileone.txt Now when I'm using git status
What's the equivalent of git clean with Perforce? git-clean - Remove untracked files from the working tree Cleans the working tree by recursively removing files that are not under version control,
I'd like to show all configured git sections. I only found git config --get core.editor for example, but I'd like to output everything that's configured globally, not only the configured default edito
I would like to get a list of only the staged filenames. I can't find the equivalent flag for 'name-only' for the 'git status' command. What is a good alternative? The file list will be piped to php -
I would like to see a list of files modified since the last commit, as 'git status' shows, but I care only about files located in a single directory. Is there a way to do this? I tried 'git status <
I'm trying to compare my project with a previous commit on git. Eclipse shows in the Git Tree Compare window every single file of the project, is there a way to show just the modified files? I'm using
Guys, even after using git add . I still have untracked files that I can't commit. There was another question with the same problem, but in that case it was related to case-sensitive folder. I didn'