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Delete "..." file which breaks Window Git checkout #692

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johnnyshields commented Mar 10, 2014

Not sure what this file is used for. If you need to keep it, please give it a Windows-compatible name.

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practicingruby commented Mar 10, 2014

Wow, this went totally unnoticed and was accidental, sorry about that!

Out of curiosity, what error were you getting? I was seeing some issues when helping a friend clone Prawn on his windows machine, but at the time I had suspected it was an issue with his git install.

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Merge pull request #692 from johnnyshields/master
Delete "..." file which breaks Window Git checkout

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johnnyshields commented Mar 10, 2014

Was getting "git did not exit cleanly (exit code 128)” on Tortoise Git. Thank for merging!

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pparidans commented Mar 10, 2014

Actually, I had the same issue (but forgot to create a ticket)!
Thanks A LOT @sandal ! 😎

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practicingruby commented Mar 10, 2014

I do want to support Windows as best as we can, but I don't have a Windows machine easily accessible myself, and I'm not sure I'd have time to regularly test there even if I did. What I can do though is merge any pull requests that come in. 😀

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