I am seeing similar to the nothing to commit, working tree clean issue here: #10 (comment), and it does not seem to be due to line-ending settings I made a PR, with the config file similar to given there, and also added extra spaces to a 5/5.
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I just want to perform"git status" after my modifications, and receive the information that I have changes on my local branch that must be pushed to the remote branch of the project.
The problem is that I don't know how to begin to work out what has happened to these files which don't get removed when I do a git reset --hard HEAD. I've tried to commit them and then rebase the commit out as well but, the files just reappear in the working tree. So it. Aug 01, I am getting this message.
No matter what I edit and try to commit, it says there is nothing to commit. Looks like git does not see my working directory and looking somewhere else. If I run git status it outputs the same: nothing to commit (working directory clean) If I create a new branch and edit something, then the same thing happens.