Xcode Version Controll GIT – has uncommitted changes, just after commit

when i commit the changes i made in my project in Xcode, and then want to push them onto the server, xcode says i would have uncommitted changes, but I was just committing…

Therefor I can not push or pull to the server 🙁

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    i already added .dsstore files to the .gitignore

    Thank you!

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    OK i think i got it. Xcode does not list hidden files like .DS_Store so I had to remove the file from version control with git rm --cached .DS_Store. git status made my day thanks

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