I’m using windows 10 and git bash and I’m also using git on a linux server. Both need access to the same repo.
I’ve managed to properly config my windows git bash so when symbolic links are created on windows using ‘ln -s’, it properly creates it and when I do a pull on the linux box, the git there is properly representing it as a symbolic link.
However, when I create a symbolic link in that repo on linux and then do a pull from the windows box, it doesn’t show up as a symbolic link even though the symbolic link it originally created with a different file is still fine.
Does anyone know if there’s a way to fix this or if it’s a bug? In both cases, github itself shows the links as links no matter who created it so I suspect it’s a bug or configuration in git bash itself.