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Trouble Setting Up GIT and Tracking

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Nov 17, 2017

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Hi all,

I'm trying to set up GIT for a Wordpress project using DW.

So far I've got as far as setting up GIT on my Mac and creating the site and initialising the GIT repo.

However, nothing seems to be tracked

If I hit the select all button in the GIT panel nothing happens.

Can anyone point me in the right direction to fix this?

Thanks

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Trouble Setting Up GIT and Tracking

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Hi all,

I'm trying to set up GIT for a Wordpress project using DW.

So far I've got as far as setting up GIT on my Mac and creating the site and initialising the GIT repo.

However, nothing seems to be tracked

If I hit the select all button in the GIT panel nothing happens.

Can anyone point me in the right direction to fix this?

Thanks

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beside the setting, I'm just curious why you GIT WP ? do you track the WP core engine ? or any extension that you develop ?

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Hi,

I'm trying to develop a custom theme and a plugin

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I'm with Birnou on this. But to answer your question, you need patience, it takes a while when many, many files are GITified, if there is such a word.

You could, as a test, tick off a few files to see if that works.


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GITified's a good word. We should lobby for it to be added to the next edition of the Oxford English Dictionary 🙂

I'll leave DW for a while to see if it catches up

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+1 vote to add GITified to dictionary.

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gitified already exist... and was presented on screen... Gitified by valentin bora

why don't you just preserved the plugin folder and the master/child template to be gitted... and add in the gitignore all the rest of the tree ?

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