found a bug is shown in the "Files in the Working tree" category.

Hi. I really want to say "thank you" first.

You guys are developing great service and product.

I found a bug is shown in the "Files in the Working tree" category.

1. CheckOut first

2. The bug occurs. - I don't modify any files.

The bug is caused when my files name or directory includes "Korean".

All files and directories including Korean are shown "Not trackted" -> even I only run checkout.

Please Check this problem ^^;

Thank you

1 answer

Hi Donghoon Kim,

Could you clarify what's happening here? Files are only shown in the working tree if you've made changes to those files. Have you made changes to files in order for this to happen?

Cheers

Hi. Kieran.

I haven't make any changes.

Once just checkout, files and directory including Korean is shown "Not Tracked".

If you need any information, just let me know.

Hi Donghoon,

Yes, these are untracked files which means you haven't added them to your repository but they're in your project folder. Typically you can't checkout to a folder with files in it, so it does seem odd. Are these files/folders tracked in your repository? Are they meant to be?

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