Re: behaviour of .gitignore
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On 5/25/2012 11:32 AM, J.V. wrote:
On my local machine, I create a /bin/ directory added some bash scripts, comitted and then pushed them to the repository.
You should be able to click on that commit in gitk and see that the files were added (confirm you really added them).
Now today I do a git pull and they are gone but cannot see that anyone deleted them in the git log / history, but there is a /bin/ entry in the .gitignore file.
If that ignore entry was there when you did the commit then maybe you never really committed them.
Does this mean, the files are still in the shared repository (orgin) that I could get them back?
The gitk step above will tell you if they are there.
I tried removing /bin/ from the git ignore and doing a pull but my /bin/ directory is still not there.
Its not looking like you really committed them like you thought you did.
Is there anyway to do a pull now and have it look at my local gitignore and pull the directory back?
If the files were really committed, then you should have that commit inyour history also. Therefore, you should be able to 'git checkout' those files into your worktree.
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