Git commit made all my files disappear?
I'm pretty new to this Git thing. I tried to commit my work, using commit amend inside GitX (cause I wanted to make only 1 final commit).
I pulled the latest source, resolved conflicts, then staged and commited amend again.
However, now I notice that lots of new files that I created no longer appear on the file system anymore, and they are not listed on the files to commit in GitX.
maybe it's something wrong I did after I resolved conflicts, dunno. How do I get my files back ? I want to upload them to remote server.
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