How do you know it is added if GitHub does'n show it?

GitHub doesn't hide hidden files from its listing (see the .travis.yml file
in this repo[1] for an example.)

Also note that you can't actually add the .git folder to your history: the
command ”git add .git" doesn't do anything.
On 2 Nov 2015 05:21, "Steven Ottz" <o...@aapt.net.au> wrote:

> Hi Thanks
>>
>>
> Well for some reason it has added itself to my github repo and I would
> like to get rid of it but don't know how as per my initial post.
>
> Any ideas?
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