On Tue, May 27, 2014 at 1:03 AM, Arup Rakshit
<arupraks...@rocketmail.com> wrote:
> Now, you can see, I have staged all the files first using *git add -A*, then
> _unstaging_ those I don't want to _stage_ right now. Now can this be done, in
> the *staging* time ? I mean any way to tell `git add` command, that add all
> the files from the current directory, except some specific files. What I want
> this is, some times I have at least 30 files, whereas I want to _stage_ say, 
> 20
> files, not the rest 10. During _staging_ can I tell *git add* the same. I used
> *git add -h*, which didn't show me any such hints about my need.

Try "git add -A :/ :!<pattern1> :!<pattern2>" which basically says add
all files in repo _except_ those that match pattern1, or pattern2... I
assume you can classify "the rest 10" because there's no way to
express "Adding all except the rest 10".
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