Problem: Git > Add doesn't seem to do anything, and Git > Commit File says "No changes detected", when git from the command line sees changes and can commit/push files.
I'm using PyCharm PE 3.4 (evaluating it) on OSX Mavericks.
I have a project that I've clone from Github. Git is configured. I can call "git status" from the terminal and it lists several files that have been changed and are not staged for a commit yet. My .git/config file lists a remote "origin" at github. Both "github" and "git integration" plugins are enabled in the Preferences -> Plugins menu. Under Version Control > Github my connection is configured and tested as working properly. Under Version Control > Git, the git interaction is properly configured and tested as working.
If I change a file in my project (the file is shown in blue now) and I right click and select "Git > Add" nothing happens. If I do "Git > Commit File" a dialog box pops up and says "no changes detected". Under the "Changes" tab at the bottom, under "local" no files are listed. However, if I call "git status" from the terminal, the changed files are listed, and I can add, commit, and push them just fine.
No matter what I do, I can't seem to get PyCharm to play nicely with git. Any suggestions?