On Mon, Aug 12, 2019 at 04:24:59PM +0000, geoffsim...@aim.com wrote:

> 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:
> Source/ui/Website/LiveFeeds/Releases/io/ReleasesSerializer.cs
> 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?

I notice that your "add" and "check-ignore" commands differ in the case
of "UI". I think both commands should work correctly when on a
case-insensitive filesystem (and a few checks I did after setting
core.ignorecase manually seem to confirm this).

But maybe try it with "ui" in the check-ignore command and see if that
changes anything?

Another thing I notice is that you're using Windows-style back-slashes
for the path separators (whereas internally in Git, everything is
front-slashes). AFAIK that's supposed to work everywhere on Windows, but
I wouldn't be surprised if there are corner cases where it doesn't. Does
switching to:

  git check-ignore 



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