|Creating a new file ending in .orig. [message #930743]
||Tue, 02 October 2012 15:45
| Phil Rau
Registered: October 2012
I am currently working on an existing Git repository. So, I opened up EGit and started to make the changes to a few files that I needed. All of the files that I modified were properly listed in the "Git Staging" area, under the "Unstaged Changes" box. However, I did create a new file called "MyFile.xml.orig", which was not listed. So, I right clicked on that file and chose "Team"->"Add to Index", but nothing happened.
Next, I headed to Git Command line. I did a "git status" and saw all of the files that I changed (properly) under the "Changes not staged for commit:" section, and the new file that I created (MyFile.xml.orig) listed under the "Untracked Files:" section. At this point, I did a "git add MyFile.xml.orig". Next, I did a "git status" again and it (properly) showed up in the "Changes to be committed:" section.
Heading back to EGit, I now see the the new file (properly) listed in the "Staged Changes" section of "Git Staging" screen.
I'm guessing that EGit has a problem with the .orig extension. So, my question is this: Is there any way that I can add .orig files to the index in EGit, without having to go through the command line.
Thanks in advance for any help that you can offer!
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