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How to automatically stage files.

A version ago the files that changed were staged automatically.  This is not so any more.

I also cannot find the checkbox next to "Unstaged files" mentioned for earlier versions.

Please assist me to autostage files.

3 answers

I had the same problem with SourceTree on a MacBook.

Solution : At the top of the bottom window(the one that displays the staged files) you will find a select drop down icon. Click this icon and select 'No staging'.

Problem solved.

This solved it. But now i don't see unstaged files.

In the "No staging" view, you simply skip that step. It will commit all changed files unless you stash them first.

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Ana Retamal Atlassian Team May 18, 2017

Hi! In SourceTree for Windows, files were not staged automatically, it was always a manual process. Maybe you are confused between the 'No Staging view' and the 'Split view' (where you can drag & drop files)? If you're in the current Windows version, you can use Shift+Ctrl+C to stage all unstaged files at once, is that the option you were looking for?

Regarding the checkboxes, there's a feature request to bring them back and you can find it at SRCTREEWIN-7260. You can vote for it, add a comment or watch it to receive further updates.

Hope this helps :)

Ana

Deleted user Dec 27, 2018

I have opposite problem, git will automatically mark files I add or modify as staged along with many many files from my solution I have not touched at all.  It will also show files I modified or added in Unstaged area.

This results into multiple problems:

  1. Files I have not even touched in any way are now showing as staged in SourceTree or on terminal as a reslult of git status
  2. Files I added or modified are now showing in both staged and unstaged area

I have a reverse problem. Every time I open a commit window, all the files are staged automatically and that's a big NO, because even conflicted files are staged and there's no way to resolve them using external app. How can I turn this off? This happens with v. 2.1.2.5 Win10 x64

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