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Git - how to add untracked files using git bash?

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How can I add untracked files using git bash?

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Walter
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As I understand, you want to add some untracked files to the tracked list.

There are 2 easy ways:

  1. git add -A - adds all files to the tracked list (untracked and modiffied),
  2. git add path/to/some/file - added only indicated file to the tracked list.
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