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Some files and folders from my Xcode project are not being pushed to remote repository

Pete Connor Apr 29, 2018

I had 3 separate Xcode projects. All 3 were pushed to individual remote repos on bitbucket. I decided to combine these 3 projects, so I dragged some files and folders from 2 projects into the main one. Now, when I push to the remote repo, the files & folders that i dragged into the main project do not show up on bitbucket, but they are in the project folder on my computer and the app works fine. Any ideas why these new files/folders aren't showing up?

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Ana Retamal Ortiz Atlassian Team May 01, 2018

Hi Pete! Are those files tracked by git? You can check that from your command line by doing 

git status

If they're untracked, that means they're not visble to git and they'll not be pushed to your remote repo when you do a git push. You can read more about this from the step 2 onwards on the article Copy your Git repository and add files.

Let us know if you have any questions!

Ana

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