I've just created a new project when I do I commit I see the usual files as one would expect to be selected...
Then I did a pod init, added a pod, and did a pod install.
Now when I commit the XCBuildData folder shows up with a ton of files. Should I select each one and add them to my commit? Sounds dangerous for sharing with others? How do I ignore them?
Example file names are...
1d091aeb1ef50b7e3f02bd78c72db716-buildRequest.json 1d091aeb1ef50b7e3f02bd78c72db716-desc.xcbuild 1d091aeb1ef50b7e3f02bd78c72db716-manifest.xcbuild 1d091aeb1ef50b7e3f02bd78c72db716-targetGraph.txt PIFCache/
There's over 55 files listed. They are all not selected but it's annoying to have them show up at all to find the files I do want to actually commit.
How do I get rid of them showing? I thought about adding the whole folder to .gitignore but there is no option to do so when right clicking?