Why does sourcetree expand my keynote file?

When adding a Keynote file, sourcetree expands the contents of the file and tries to add those, rather than just adding the file itself. How come?

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Hi Steve,

This isn't SourceTree, but rather a feature of the Keynote file format. A Keynote file is actually a directory (or "package" in OS X parlance) that OS X tools like Finder and Keynote treat as a single file. But if you look at it from git or SourceTree or the terminal, it's just a plain old directory on the file system.

More info here: https://support.google.com/drive/answer/6039766?hl=en



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