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Sunday, February 28, 2021

Git Ignore File permission changes

Git is very sensitive about changes, it doesn't matter whether you have added a new line or space or changed the permission of file and folders, it tracks everything and treat them as a change. 

File and Folder permissions are something which sometime doesn't matter and can cause a commit with lots of file permission change which we dont want in out commit. 

We can ignore the file permission changes by executing below command which will set the fileMode in false state which is responsible to track the file permissions. 

$ git config core.fileMode false

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