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       git-lfs-track - View or add Git LFS paths to Git attributes


       git lfs track [options] [pattern...]


       Start  tracking  the given patterns(s) through Git LFS. The pattern argument is written to
       .gitattributes. If no paths are provided, simply list the currently-tracked paths.

       The  gitattributes  documentation   states   that
       patterns  use  the  gitignore  pattern  rules to match


--verbose -v: If enabled, have git lfs track log files which it will  touch.  Disabled
           by default.

       ○   --dry-run  -d:  If  enabled, have git lfs track log all actions it would normally take
           (adding entries to .gitattributes, touching files on disk, etc) without performing any
           mutative operations to the disk.

           git  lfs  track  --dry-run  [files]  also implicitly mocks the behavior of passing the
           --verbose, and will log in greater detail what it is doing.

           Disabled by default.

       ○   --lockable -l Make the paths ´lockable´, meaning they should be locked to  edit  them,
           and will be made read-only in the working copy when not locked.

       ○   --not-lockable Remove the lockable flag from the paths so they are no longer read-only
           unless locked.

       ○   --no-excluded Do not list patterns that are excluded in the output; only list patterns
           that are tracked.

       ○   --no-modify-attrs  Makes matched entries stat-dirty so that Git can re-index files you
           wish to convert to LFS. Does not modify any .gitattributes file(s).


       List the patterns that Git LFS is currently tracking:

       Configure Git LFS to track GIF files:

       Configure Git LFS to track PSD files and make them read-only unless locked:


       git-lfs-untrack(1), git-lfs-install(1), gitattributes(5), gitignore(5).

       Part of the git-lfs(1) suite.

                                          September 2019                         GIT-LFS-TRACK(1)