I would like to commit changes which I did in my AS project. But I see that changeslist contains
It means that I will commit workable
apk file and some config files which were generated during building installer. I can also untick these files but when I will try to make commit at the next time I will see these files again. Maybe I can remove these files totally from my changes list and prevent its appearing at all next times. I think it happens because I tried some commands at the terminal and one command can add these files, I think it was:
git commit --am
So, how I can solve this problem without damaging all project?
Can I solve my problem with the command:
git rm --app-release.apk ?
If you have a gitignore file then add this line
# Built application files *.apk *.ap_ *.aab # Files for the ART/Dalvik VM *.dex # Java class files *.class # Generated files bin/ gen/ out/ # Gradle files .gradle/ build/ # Local configuration file (sdk path, etc) local.properties # Proguard folder generated by Eclipse proguard/ # Log Files *.log # Android Studio Navigation editor temp files .navigation/ # Android Studio captures folder captures/ # IntelliJ *.iml .idea/workspace.xml .idea/tasks.xml .idea/gradle.xml .idea/assetWizardSettings.xml .idea/dictionaries .idea/libraries .idea/caches # Keystore files # Uncomment the following lines if you do not want to check your keystore files in. #*.jks #*.keystore # External native build folder generated in Android Studio 2.2 and later .externalNativeBuild # Google Services (e.g. APIs or Firebase) google-services.json # Freeline freeline.py freeline/ freeline_project_description.json # fastlane fastlane/report.xml fastlane/Preview.html fastlane/screenshots fastlane/test_output fastlane/readme.md
or create a .gitignore file in your root folder of project
Answered By – Manoj Perumarath
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