Is there a restriction from uploading certain filetypes (exe in particular) into Bitbucket as part of the Git/Hg repository? I pushed a local Git repository that included some Windows utility executables that are required for my software to run, but I can't see them in Bitbucket, and when other devs cloned from Bitbucket, they didn't have the exe's either.
Well, I just dug into my end of this again based on Tim's question. There was no error, but there was also no record of the exe files in my commit.
I tried a "Show All" or my SourceTree working copy, and they weren't listed there either.
More digging - SourceTree has a global git ignore list that includes files built by Visual Studio, including .exe. After removing that, I am able to push exe files to bitbucket, and they show up there.
So, solution: Check the SourceTree (or maybe git?) global ignore file!
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