Oh, and if you do revise the git repo, I don't know what will happen if you 
do a "git push" to a remote repo. It may fail. Or it may update the remote 
in such a way that others have problems doing a fetch or pull. Perhaps one 
of the very experienced will speak up on this issue. I really hate doing 
revisions which impact sharing (like rebase in most cases).

On Wednesday, January 2, 2013 11:47:53 AM UTC-6, fpefpe wrote:
> Hello -- I realized  after-the-fact  that I should nave ignored some files 
> at the start of a project and new repo --  If I add these file name to the 
> .gitignore file  would files already tracked stay in the log/history and 
> that future add/commits would now  ignore those files? 


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