We would need to know more about your environment to help. Is it possible to share your codebase when the problem occurs provided it is not private?
If you install git  and use the cli (git-bash) by issuing `git status` in the project path, what do you observe? : https://git-scm.com/ > On 10 Mar 2018, at 21:10, Owen Thomas <owen.paul.tho...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Hello. > > I have been using NetBeans with Git (I moved my codebase from SVN about about > ten months ago), and I seem to have some problems after I open a clean > working copy. > > After I commit my changes, I sometimes observe that some blue cylinder > embellishments remain next to some packages. I backup my .git file, delete > the original, and restore it from backup. Sometimes, after checking out a > working copy and after reloading projects into NetBeans, I observe some > compilation errors. It seems that there are also some uncommitted changes, > and removing these changes seems to remove the compilation errors. > > Has anyone got a clue as to what might be going on? Is something being cached > in NetBeans somewhere? > > Thanks, > > Owen.