For all my projects, Sourcetree displays all the files in the project in the "Working Copy Changes" pane. It lists all the files as Unmodified. How can I remove these files from the Working Copy Changes pane?
- I can't discard them (the option is greyed out)
- I can't stage them (does nothing)
- I'm ignoring whitespace
- I have core.filemode=false
- I have core.autocrlf=true
- This happens with both embedded and system git
I don't see the problem using git on the command line (via cygwin), it behaves correctly.
I'm using SourceTree v188.8.131.52, but it's been happening for the last couple of updates.
Highlight file - right mouse - Click Ignore - Select Ignore Everything Beneath...choose bin folder, or bin/debug, etc. This was useful in my case anyway. Other options are there also, for specific file, etc...
Or - ignore custom pattern - for example, this ignored all bin folders, and packages folders, etc. Huge.
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