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Newly-Added files don't show up in source tree

I just have a master branch.  I added some files committed and pushed to bitbucket.

The info for my commit shows that I added a files to a subdirectory.  When I 

browse using source tree though I don't see the new files.  I've tried refreshing

the page etc but no luck.  If I click on "filter files" my newly-added files show

up in the list.  Why can't I see them in the default source tree view?



1 answer

Dear Victor,

please understand that sourcetree (especially default view) is not meant for file browsing. You can view 'all' files by changing the filter to include 'show only' -> 'All'. However in sourcetree it's meant to show you the (pending) changed files only as they (their changes) would be a part of your next commit. If you want to browse your files, feel free to use your file explorer of choice.

Hi Hugo,


  Thanks for your response.  I may be using the wrong term.  By source browser

I mean clicking on "Source" when viewing my repository on I

am expecting to see all the files in a specific subdirectory.  One of the files

in question is called "baseStation.c"  It shows up in the commit as shown



But it does not show up in the source view as shown here:


I think you've committed but haven't pushed the sources towards bitbucket. I can see the files are marked 'A' as in added but I think something went wrong transferring the files. Can you try to push again from sourcetree? I that doesn't work, you have to figure out the rights git commands to do it.

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