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Carlos Lenz

Commit unavailable if .git is 'fake symlink'

Reported by Carlos Lenz | May 1st, 2011 @ 04:25 PM

I have a .git file with something like this:

gitdir: /path/to/git/repo

Dropbox stores my working tree, but I don't want it tracking .git.

I followed this instructions:

The .git directory is allowed to be a symlink. Or a file like so

   gitdir: /path/to/git/repo

for symlink-challenged operating systems.

Source: http://git.661346.n2.nabble.com/idea-separate-git-dir-and-the-worki...

And command-line git is fine with it, but gitx considers it read only.

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GitX is the nice-looking gitk clone for OS X

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