Iphone+Xcode+Badge "A" or "M" resembles what?

In Xcode, in the navigation area on the left, next to a few files, on the right there is a little icon badge, M or sometimes A.

What is that for?

Is there any option that I left selected while creating New Project or are any project settings responsible for this?

Answers


this responds to your git/svn repository

source: Apple Dev Library: Managing Versions of your Project

M
Locally modified

U    
Updated in repository

A
Locally added    

D
Locally deleted

I
Ignored

R
Replaced in the repository

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The contents of the folder have mixed status; display the contents to see individual status

?
Not under source control

This is because you might have selected option as shown in below image when you created your application project, so this creates a repository for your application:

A indicates Added Files
M indicates Modified Files which are came by default with project

NO it just shows you the file is A for Added and M for Modified by user


It is probably because you enabled Git SCM when you created the project. M means modified, and A means added. When you commit the changes the markers will disappear.


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