If you have committed a file to git and now you want git to ignore or stop wathcing file for further modifications you need to use following command… 12 more words
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tool = intellij cmd = cmd.exe //c "\"c:/Program Files (x86)/JetBrains/IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition 2016.2.4/bin/idea.bat\" merge \"$LOCAL\" \"$REMOTE\" \"$BASE\" \"$MERGED\"" trustExitCode = true tool = intellij cmd = cmd.exe //c "\"c:/Program Files (x86)/JetBrains/IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition 2016.2.4/bin/idea.bat\" diff \"$LOCAL\" \"$REMOTE\"" … 117 more words
git is a software that manages the timely snapshots of your source code.
Git stores and thinks about information much differently than these other systems, even though the user interface is fairly similar, and understanding those differences will help prevent you from becoming confused while using it. 1,197 more words
Also you might get something like
fatal: Pathspec ‘some.file.name.goes.here’ is in submodule ‘some/folder/name’
Also you might notice, if you commit and pushed, only some skeleton of the of the folder structure without the actual files would be committed. 92 more words