if I understand well, you just issued `git init` through the GUI. Note that
git init doesn't add/commit any of your files, just creates an empty
repository. You may check it with `git log` (maybe it is called History in
the GUI, but I might confuse it with SVN). You should add and commit your
On 7 Aug 2014 23:33, "Ben Ruppel" <ben.rup...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm very new to git. I just created a new repository in a directory with
> existing code with Git Gui 1.9.4 in windows. All of the files that were in
> the directory appear to be listed in "Unstaged Changes" in the upper left.
> I'm not sure how to proceed. Should I commit them? I did set git up to
> use Windows end of line for checkouts and then to check back in with Unix
> style end of line, which is desired as this code is eventually heading out
> to a linux system.
> Can anyone explain what is going on with the files in the "unstaged
> changes" box?
> Thank you!
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