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Undo stop tracking action

Hi, in a certain point I issue the stop tracking command a folder using SourceTree, commited and pushed the action. Now I need to bring back that folder under tracking.

I cannot find anything that can helps me to do that...

thanks in advance,

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SourceTree added the folder to the .gitignore_global file e non in the .gitignore of the project...

I was able using git add -f pathtofolder to re-add all files belonging to the folder I stop to track. I'm not asked to commit new file I create under pathtofolder. Is there any way to re-enable the folder?

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