These files really are there , but i can not push them into the remote 
repository , i don't know why .Now I have setup a SVN server it should be 
ok --by default svn will ignore all the .o,.so files ---but anyway i can do 
import with --no-ignore para...
I am not sure if git has something like svn that will by default make git 
server to ignore the link file or .a file and .so files?
Hope there will be an expert here to check my case for git fails to push 

在 2012年9月27日星期四UTC+8下午4时17分21秒,Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen写道:
> On Wednesday, September 26, 2012 10:45:33 AM UTC+2, Sean wrote:
>> HI, All:
>>     I am a recently setup a git server on mac os ,meanwhile I use a git 
>> client on ubuntu to do interaction with this git server.
>>     I have a  code directory(it's very large ,about 1G ) and I did the 
>> following commands to push it to server side:
>>           1. cd ~/test
>>            2. git init
>>            3. git add .
>>            4. git commit -m "clean copy for first commit to server"
>>            5. git remote add origin 
>> ssh://gitadmin@mylocalgitserver/gitrepos/test
>>            6. git push origin master
>>   In the code ,there are some directories which contain some link files 
>> ,something like this:
>>          > cd asm
>>          > ls
>>                  arch             arch-mb86r0x   arch-s3c4510b   config.h 
>>       ptrace.h
>>         > ll  st
>>                 lrwxrwxrwx  1 gitadmin ubuntu10      11 2012-09-26 14:00 
>> arch -> arch-sc8810/
>>        my problem is ,after i finished the step 6 for push ,if i clone 
>> ths remote repo on server ,i can't see the link file "arch" at all so that 
>> i can't get a total same code copy as original source.
>>       But I also did try to make a simple code sample directory which 
>> only have a directory with one file and a link file to this directory , i 
>> can commit this code sample to local repo and push it to server side 
>> successfully ! Then if i checkout the code from remote ,i can get a total 
>> same code copy: a directory with one file and a link file to this directory 
>> ---- I am totally confused ...
>>       Is there anyone can help me out?
> The link file should be added to the repository normally.
> First check if the link file is actually present in the repository:
> cd ~/test
> git ls-tree HEAD asm/
> If the link file is not there, it hasn't been checked in in the first 
> place. Perhaps it didn't exist at the time or something.

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