On Tue, Mar 06, 2018 at 10:41:12AM -0800, Duane Knesek wrote:
> Say I have a huge source tree.  And I know that only files X, Y, and Z have 
> changed.  Is there a way (through a plug-in or otherwise) for me to tell 
> git to ignore every other file when I do a status, commit, etc.?  

It seems to me that there is a universal option in Git which allows you to
check only some files, e.g.,

    git status -- path/to/files

That is, by appending a "-- path/to/files" at the end.


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