I’m struggling with this.  Adding a renamed file to git claims that it is 
ignored, but git check-ignore returns no results.  
I can’t find anything relevant in .git/info/exclude either, or any of the 
.gitignore files I could find.

git check-ignore .\Source\UI\Website\LiveFeeds\Releases\IO\ReleasesSerializer.cs
git add .\Source\ui\Website\LiveFeeds\Releases\io\ReleasesSerializer.cs
The following paths are ignored by one of your .gitignore files:
Use -f if you really want to add them.

I get a similar result for adding files in that directory, or the parent 
directory (releases), but the grandparent directory (livefeeds) works fine.  
Any ideas what might be causing this?



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