How to track large files (database, PSD, bin) in Git? July 09, 2017 at 01:53PM

Sometimes you have PSD or a small-ish SQLite file you’d like to track with Git. The problem is Git is bad at tracking changes in big binary files by default. With Git Large File Storage (LFS) you can replace these large files with text pointers while storing the file contents on a remote server.


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