In some case the use of the .gitignore to identify which types of files are not 
relevant is better.

That said, git does not (yet) have any mechanism for marking files as 
'precious' but untracked. It takes the view that precious files should be 
tracked....

Philip
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Rostislav Krasny 
  To: git-users@googlegroups.com 
  Sent: Saturday, September 21, 2013 2:54 PM
  Subject: [git-users] "assume unchanged" bit operations


  Hi,

  Git allows to set the "assume unchanged" bit to a tracking file. It helpfull 
for example when you work with Eclipse Java projects and don't want your local 
changes in the project configuration files to be tracked by git. Unfortunatelly 
I didn't find a convenient way of listing files with this bit set. The only way 
to listem them is by commands like following:


git ls-files -v | grep "^[a-z] "git ls-files -v | awk '{if (match($1, "[a-z]")) 
print $2}'This is unhandy and not obvious. Is there a convinient way of doing 
it by git?
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