$ mkdir annex-test
$ cd annex-test/
$ git init
Initialized empty Git repository in /home/me/annex-test/.git/
$ git annex init
init  (scanning for unlocked files...)
(recording state in git...)
$ cat > .gitignore
$ cat > exampyle.txt
$ git annex add --no-check-gitignore
add .gitignore (non-large file; adding content to git repository) ok
add exampyle.txt
(recording state in git...)
$ git commit -m \"added\"
[master (root-commit) 2734615] added
 2 files changed, 2 insertions(+)
 create mode 100644 .gitignore
 create mode 120000 exampyle.txt
$ ln -rs exampyle.txt what.foo
$ git status
On branch master
nothing to commit, working tree clean
$ git annex uninit
git-annex: what.foo points to annexed content, but is not checked into git.
Perhaps this was left behind by an interrupted git annex add?
Not continuing with uninit; either delete or git annex add the file and retry.

What should I do?

Honestly, I'm happy with git-annex so far, I'm just thinking that I need to re-init with annex.tune.objecthashlower=true because my other computer is windows.


I see this was resolved as ok behavior, so done --Joey