When you put the
veery/ directory under version control, git started to track changes to all the files in that directory.
But there will be files in that directory that you don't want to track and commit to the GitHub (or wherever else) version of the repository.
There is a mechanism to handle this: the
.gitignore file. Documentation about it is here. A variety of community answers to the question "What is .gitignore?" is here.
What I did at this stage is:
.pycfiles that Python makes);
git commit -m "Add a .gitignore";
git push origin master.
The results are at this commit in the
Eventually I will stop retyping this but I fear that readers might not have absorbed this yet: None of this is supposed to be immediately intuitive. I am doing things in the order I'm doing them because I am actually making this project and believe this is roughly the right order to be doing things in. I am relying on external documentation heavily.
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