The ".git" sub-directory that stores the whole repository is normally a hidden
directory (as are most directories with a name starting with a dot). You can
make windows explorer show them by setting an option.
If the repository is a working directory (not bare), then the repository is
stored in the ".git" directory.
If the repository is bare, then it is stored in the directory itself. Bare
repositories typically are used on git servers, rather than on development
On Thu, Oct 26, 2017 at 11:50 AM Greg Quintana <gre...@gmail.com> wrote:
Where does git on windows store the repositories?
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