I am running a windows partition on my MacBook Pro and have my repository on a third partition (formated with exFAT).
I want do develop on the same code (mostly Java and MaxMSP) in my repository when running either windows or OSX and want to use sourceTree to manage the repository. It works, but whenever I make a commit from one side (i.e. OSX-Sourcetree) and switch over to the other (i.e. Windows-Sourcetree), all files inside my repository are marked as uncommited changes even though the individual diff shows no changes at all.
Any clues why this happens and/or do you have suggestions how to solve this issue?
you might be spot on, but so far I was unabe to fix it. I added a .gitattribute to the repository:
# Set the default behavior, in case people don't have core.autocrlf set.
* text eol=crlf
# Denote all files that are truly binary and should not be modified.
No newline at end of file
but this didnt help.
any suggestions on how to proceed?
I couldnt find a simple fix so I setup a new repository (losing the previous change history), but before that I made sure both sourcetree instances use its internal git (I think the issue started with a git install on windows with a change of the default EOL settings during the installation process). now it works without a problem.
thank you for pointing me into the right direction.
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