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Cannot ignore class ans wsdl files in SourceTree

I have bunch of .class and .wsdl files which simple are not ignored by SourceTree - ignore command in the drop down menu is not active

gitignore.png

My .gitignore file looks like

#
# Default excludes
#

# Binaries
*.7z
*.dmg
*.gz
*.iso
*.jar
*.rar
*.tar
*.zip
*.war
*.ear
*.sar
*.class

# Maven 
target/

# IntelliJ project files 
*.iml
*.iws
*.ipr
.idea/

# Unknown
**/jaxws/*
**/wsdl/*

Any clue what is going on?

1 comment

It looks like the icon is yellow. That means the file has already been committed, which is why you can't ignore it. Untracked files have a purple icon with a question mark.

 

This might help: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/7527982/applying-gitignore-to-committed-files

OK, so I have done 

git ls-files -ci --exclude-standard

related files were on the list so I have did

git ls-files -ci --exclude-standard -z | xargs -0 git rm --cached

and those "yellow" icon files were moved to Staged Files window instead removing them to be tracked.

Any clue on that?

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