Saxi wrote:I have a NAS where I initially stored my code, but when I did a git init I could not find a .git folder.
Probably just hidden or did you get an error from git?
Saxi wrote:Do I move my code over to this share, then create a repository (git init), then check it out some where else prior to editing it?!
Yes. A checkout is a clone in git, btw. To synchronize your commits to the share, you do a git push and to get them on a other machine you do a git pull (after you have a clone, of course).
Saxi wrote: or does git copy the file out into the .git folder and the file I originally started with a checked out version that is safe to edit?
This question I do not understand
I have hidden files turned on, but I do not see it. When I do git init, nothing else works after, and sublime doesn't give me option to add or anything. If I move it to local file system, it works fine.
I understand a check out is a clone, I guess what I am asking, if I have a folder with code, and I create a git repository there, should I continue editing from that folder, or should check it out to another folder and start working from there. I assume once I create the repository, and add the files I can continue to just work from that folder?