|Re: Temporarily hide untracked files in Synchronize and Git Staging Views [message #1472059 is a reply to message #1471122]
||Thu, 13 November 2014 15:12
| David Eisner
Registered: July 2009
Thanks for responding, Matthias. I don't think this is what I'm looking for, for two reasons:|
1. Since we're talking about untracked files (they're not in the index at all), I don't think git update-index --assume-unchanged is applicable.
2. Even if it did work, It requires me to navigate to the artifacts I don't want to see, and then change their status. This can be tedious. With "git status -uno", in one fell swoop I'm saying "tell me the status of my working tree with respect to the index, but ignore untracked files, period".
I did try what you suggest, for completeness, but it didn't work (as expected, see point 1.) I have a "test/" directory at the root of my working directory. I right click on the "test/" directory in Package Explorer, then Team > Advanced > Assume unchanged. However, nothing changes in Eclipse. The test/ folder and all it's subdirectories and files still show up in the Synchronize view (even after I update it), and all 1500+ files appear in Unstaged Changes in the Git Staging view (making that list unusable, which is the problem).
[Updated on: Thu, 13 November 2014 16:28]
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