File Appear on Untracked list Git Commit but not on Git Status
I'm working on iOS project and when I'm trying to do "git commit -a" command in terminal, it gives list of untracked files:
(use "git add ..." to include in what will be committed)
Meanwhile, when I try to do "git status" command, the console does not list it as untracked files, but list
as modified file.
Do I need still to push it?
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