I wonder have any of the regular Git users on the forum seen something like this before. I’ve built out an API along the lines of the recent MEAN Stack: Build an App with Angular 2+ and the Angular CLI article, and have then created a VueJS app within the same root folder at
vue_src/ much in the same fashion as the article author has done (he used Angular 2+, but it shouldn’t matter).
What I’m having trouble with though, is that Git is not appearing to recognise changes in
vue_src/, but does in the parent directory where
git init was run from. VSCode is flagging up uncommitted changes though, but seems unable to use it’s built in Git integration to do anything about it.
I’ve gone through the
.gitignore file at the root and can’t see anything that would cause this, though I do see that there is another
.gitignore inside the
vue_src/ directory - could that cause issue?
vue_src/ contains a
.gitignore file, but no
.git file in case anyone was wondering.