Sorry - that was a typo. should be .git not .git.

On Monday, March 25, 2013 5:58:49 AM UTC-4, Konstantin Khomoutov wrote:
> On Sun, 24 Mar 2013 17:14:36 -0700 (PDT) 
> Tom Avey < <javascript:>> wrote: 
> > I'm not sure what I did not my git prompt now says ((...)) instead of 
> > master. 
> > 
> > It's been working great for a couple of months (I'm still pretty new 
> > to git) 
> > 
> > git status and branch and add yields "fatal: Not a git repository (or 
> > any of the parent directories): .git." 
> > 
> > git init says it is reinitializing existing Git repository but it 
> > doesn't appear to be fixed. 
> > 
> > My repository is only local as I program alone. 
> > 
> > .git folder still exists. 
> > 
> > Can anyone help?  There's at least one branch I would like to recover. 
> Problems like this usually require certain hands-holding to solve, I 
> mean, repeated narrow questions asked and answers given to them. 
> So I'd recommend to join the #git IRC channel at and ask 
> here. 
> From the problem statement, I feel curious about that ".git." directory 
> mentioned (notice the trailing dot which shouldn't be there). 
> So I'm making a sheer guess and propose that you mis-edited one of 
> configuration files for your shell so it's trying to find a Git 
> directory by a wrong name. 
> Another (less sensible) possibility is that somehow you managed to 
> rename your ".git" directory to ".git." and are unaware of this. 
> If you're using Windows, this is impossible but otherwise (any POSIX 
> system or Mac OS) you could have done this for real. 

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