Git – File Operations – Case Sensitivity

Background If you use git from the command line as I do, you will likely run into git file command requests that does not stick. For instance, you issue "git add <filename>". And, issue "git commit" or "git status" and notice that the file you added is not tagged for local commit. If your file … Continue reading Git – File Operations – Case Sensitivity

Git:- .gitignore file

Background Git is straight forward. And, usually out of the way.   Exclude Files As you develop applications, you may find out that you do not need to store away the binary files produced by your application. Depending on your programming language, the file extensions will vary. For example:- C, C++, C# Object File ( … Continue reading Git:- .gitignore file

Git – Special Files – .gitattributes

Background Unfortunately ran into an error trying to upload a big file unto Git. Git Git LFS I thought I had that problem behind me. Years prior I had set up Git LFS. By the way,  LFS translates to "Large File Support". StackOverfow Googled for help. Thankfully landed at StackOverfow. The StackOverfow Q/A Post is … Continue reading Git – Special Files – .gitattributes

Git:- “git add .”

Background Quick Reminder on why not to quickly take pointers. Git Sessions Outline Session - 01 git add git add . git commit git reset Session - 02 git add git add <filename> git status git commit git push Session - 01 git add Issued "git add ." git commit Issued git commit. My editor … Continue reading Git:- “git add .”