I want to ignore all the files in a directory except one file. I do the following in my git bash. $ mkdir dir_to_ignore $ cd dir_to_ignore $ vi file_to_ignore.txt # (I put some content and save the file) $ vi second_file.txt # (Some text and then save the file. I dont wish this file […]
The image says it all. Why is git telling me that I’ve changed the file when I’m explicitly telling it to ignore it?
Here are the 3 /some_string some_string some_string/ I believe the second one refers to a file and the third one refers to a folder, but what about the first one?
Maybe my Googling skills are lacking but this seems like a question that should give me back thousands of hits and yet, I can’t find a straight answer. Simple as this: I do constant pushes to github to share with a remote developer. We both have npm and bower installed. No need to push these […]
I have file a.css and b.css in the same folder. My framework combines those files in a file called temp.a12cab4598347b07f0079d.css This file will be generated wherever there is a css file, so folder matching is no good. Can I ignore all these files using something like temp.*.css Thank you
I have a website file/folder structure template to start using with git. It contains an empty .gitignore file inside the images folder, which leads me to my two part question: 1.) Will this empty .gitignore file ignore all the images located inside the images folder, or was it placed there to allow the empty folder […]
Is it possible to create a .gitignore file, that ignores files or folders that begin with #? Example: #DATABASE_FILES #DOCUMENTATION
I want to not igore the file node.exe but ignore all other .exe files, how can I achieve this? My code is not working: # Compiled source # ################### /build/* !node.exe *.exe *.o *.so *.com *.pdb *.ini
I’m using git to manage an extended CodeIgniter Framework. It’s a clone of the current CI release with extra helpers, libraries ect. I have many sites all using this framework and if I add a new helper method or fix a bug in one site I want to be able to easily update all the […]
I’ve been looking around and just could not find the same scenario that I have. I have: –public |–img |–logo (folder) |–post_image (folder) |–banner.jpg |–icon.ico |–image1.jpg |-……..etc I need to ignore the logo and post_image folders, but I want to keep every file that is inside img folder. How would I go about it? Right […]