You can see all added and untracked files after the last commit using “git status” command.
In this example, we consider the initial setup to have five commits.
~/repoone$ git log --oneline 4632c0d (HEAD -> main, origin/maincopy) Adding empty directory 908d6ac (origin/main, origin/HEAD) Third commit in main 42296d0 Second commit in main 453424e This is first commit 2673111 Initial commit
We will create new files or make changes in two files – fileseven and fileeight. Now, you can issue “git status” to see that it lists down all untracked changes after the last commit.
~/repoone$ git status On branch main Your branch is ahead of 'origin/main' by 1 commit. (use "git push" to publish your local commits) Untracked files: (use "git add <file>..." to include in what will be committed) dirone/fileseven fileeight