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re: git rm --cached path/to/file Cool I learned something new today But I'm a little confused about your use case. It seems to me that adding the fi...

The use case in my post is admittedly pretty specific, but we don't want to add the config files to .gitignore because the files are needed for the codebase to run properly. These config files also happen to have debugging options in them, so you have to modify the git working tree to enable them.

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