Sometimes, when I’m working on a site, I end up with a blank, invisible folder or directory which breaks the Kirby install. It’s a duplicate folder though, but the real, visible folder which still has content, cannot be reached by Kirby. It breaks the site but all I have to do is go in and remove the empty, invisible folder with the same name as the visible folder (but without the numeric prefix). I’m just worried it may happen on a production site someday when I’m not watching closely.
I think it may have something to do with how git tracks the folders. It also adds the same number to two different, visible folders.
Here’s the resulting, folder structure that, in this case, prevents the ‘transportation’ feature from working:
1-location/ 1-companies/ 1-transportation/ 2-retail/ 3-publicspace/ default.txt transportation/
Has anyone else ever seen this behavior?