Re: Status shows untracked directory without any untracked file in it

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On Fri, Apr 06, 2012 at 08:58:03PM +0200, Johannes Sixt wrote:

> Am 06.04.2012 07:19, schrieb Alexander Kostikov:
> >How that is possible? Is it a bug?
> 
> I don't think so. git status normally does not look inside
> directories that do not contain any tracked files.

I think it does:

  $ git init tmp && cd tmp
  $ echo content >tracked
  $ git add tracked
  $ mkdir untracked

  $ git status --untracked-files=normal
  # On branch master
  #
  # Initial commit
  #
  # Changes to be committed:
  #       new file:   tracked
  #

  $ >untracked/file
  $ git status --untracked-files=normal
  # On branch master
  #
  # Initial commit
  #
  # Changes to be committed:
  #       new file:   tracked
  #
  # Untracked files:
  #       untracked/

-Peff
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