I have two commits that did not push. The only info I could find was that someone tried to push too many files at one time. Hiowever, I can’t find any info on what is considered too much.
I started a new project and made a Github repo. The first two commits (code only) pushed perfectly. Now I am mostly working on image assets, and I know images take up a lot of space. I keep getting following error: SecureTransport error: I/O error. (-1).
I am not sure if the image files are too big, or how to figure out how many files I can push at one time. Also, can I delete the two commits that did not push so I can create a new commit with fewer files? Right now if I try to make a new commit, it says no files have changed (which is true).
I am worried because none of my files are on GitHub. Xcode hates me, and weird errors always pop up causing me to scrap a project and create a whole new one to solve the error. I would like to make sure the images are saved somewhere other than on my computer. I am going to save them to a flash drive, but GitHub is more convenient and I would like to save there.
Does anyone know how to work around this? Please note that I am a beginner so very explicit explanations are greatly appreciated. thanks.