Per the instructions on Github, I’ve added a global gitignore (including the config part) for Visual Studio/ASP.NET development. The remote and local repositories are already in place. How can I: 1) Update the index such that forthcoming updates only considers the new updates based on the global. 2) Remove items that were previously committed to […]
I’m trying to ignore some folders in my .gitignore with the specific pattern format /**/ (I found the docs here : http://git-scm.com/docs/gitignore) like this : src/**/Entity/*.php~ But when I do a git status in the terminal, It return to me this: Untracked files: # (use “git add <file>…” to include in what will be committed) […]
I’m using this .gitignore in the Jenkins directory: #Ignore everything * #Don’t ignore directories !*/ #Don’t ignore these files !/.gitignore !jobs/*/config.xml !jobs/**/modules**/config.xml But .gitignore files in subfolders aren’t ignored. I want to except only the root .gitignore.
Basically, I created a .gitignore file with the following content (ignore all the class files but do not .gitignore file): # Ignore files below *.class # but not these files !.gitignore I want to propagate this to all sub-folders or even sub-sub-folders within the directory. I know I can do it in the naive way […]
My gitignore file says nothing about podfiles. In fact, I can make it empty, and still get the same result – my ‘Podfile’ is being ignored. If i change it’s name to something different, it sees it, but otherwise just ignores it. I’m not sure why.
Let’s say my repo looks like this: myApp public index.html … tests foo.js … I want the tests folder to get pushed to GitHub but NOT to my server. How do I accomplish this? Since I want tests/ to get pushed to GitHub I cannot simply add /tests/* to my .gitignore file. I’ve tried adding […]
Here is the content of my .gitignore file # Compiled source # ################### *.com *.class *.dll *.exe *.o *.so # OS generated files # ###################### .DS_Store .DS_Store? ._* .Spotlight-V100 .Trashes ehthumbs.db Thumbs.db #Eclipse/Intellij .classpath .project .settings/ target/ *.iml .idea/ Basically all I want is to ignore the directory .idea and all the content in it. […]
I have a programming project in Visual Studio and i use the Git with it. The Visual Studio automatically generated a .gitignore file in my project’s main folder. This is the part that ignores the bin folder, which contains my compiled project in debug and release folders: # Build results [Dd]ebug/ x64/ build/ [Bb]in/ [Rr]elease/ […]
Can you show me example of .gitignore file for java, that consider a lot of different files that are not included(jar, war, classpath, files that IDEA and other IDE generates and so on and on). I mean really big .gitignore. What I currently have is **/target/ /target/ */target/* .classpath .project .settings # Package Files # […]
There are numerous questions about this argument BUT none of them was useful in my case. I’ve pushed my local project to a bitbucket repository, including a config.php file. Now I’ve changed my local copy of the config.php file and I need to keep it different from the bitbucket copy. I updated my gitignore file […]