I'm really new to Git and SourceTree but it has worked OK until now. For some reason SourceTree is showing 2500+ modified files in my working copy although I have only modified 10 or so. If I view of the unchanged files in Finder I can also see it hasn't been modified for days.
Is there some way to ignore all these files in bulk without deleting or reverting them and maybe let SourceTree find the actual changes when I then re-save the files I want to commit?
I recently made some read/write updates with chmod -R 777 on some of the folders in my local copy, could that have something to do with it? I'm using SourceTree 2.0.3 on OS X Yosemite 10.10.
I am able to recreate what happened to you this way:
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