Xcode 4.4.1: git no longer showing modifications

Suddenly, unfortunately, I can’t place the moment of occurrence Xcode has stopped showing git information, nor can I submit/revert/etc via git from inside Xcode. If I check the Organizer’s Repositories, my project is still listed with its last commit.

Using the command line: git status, I see all the unstaged changes as I would expect.

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  • 2 Solutions collect form web for “Xcode 4.4.1: git no longer showing modifications”

    I was able to fix this issue by going to Organizer in Xcode, selecting my project, and deleting the Derived Data. You may need to quit Xcode and re-open your project after doing this to let Xcode rebuild the project index.

    Installing the command line tools worked for me

    Git Baby is a git and github fan, let's start git clone.