After examining your project we have discovered that the reason for this misbehavior is due to an incorrect .gitignore file. We suspect that you have renamed your project, however the .gitignore file does not reflect that change, thus you see all ignored files (e.g. user settings, files generated during build) incorrectly as candidates for commit. This problem does not exist for new projects created with version 1.2, however existing projects created with version prior to 1.2 are affected.
The easiest way to fix this problem is to edit the .gitignore file directly in GitHub and then pull in Graphite. The correct content of that file is the following one:
Please, excuse us for the inconvenience this might be causing you.
the Telerik team
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