I’m trying to compile a release on a server. A release is copied over to a server by my script as a *.tar.gz file and unpacked there. The “.git” directory is excluded from an archive because it’s not needed.
But, when calling mix compile or mix release, it complains:
fatal: not a git repository (or any of the parent directories): .git
Does it require a project directory to be a git repository? How to turn it off?
There’s 1 dependency in it which I source straight from gitlab, it’s my own library. Does that matter, though?