I was reading http://www.kernel.org/pub/software/scm/git/docs/v1.7.10/gitignore.html and the 6 points used to explain the ignore patterns seem to be describing a custom variant of a glob search syntax. I am more familiar with Mercurial, which allows to explicitly ignore via glob or regex patterns, no questions asked. Is there any similar functionality in Git? Can anyone point […]
I’m trying to ignore the bin folder of a web project, but include the .refresh files that are in that bin folder. Here’s what I have in my .gitignore: [Bb]in/ #Allow .refresh files for web sites ![Bb]in/*.refresh But this isn’t working. What am I doing wrong? I’ve also tried: !*.refresh With the same results. Update: […]
I want to ignore some of my files (/config/environments/production.rb , /webrat.log , /config/database.yml ). My gitignore: /.bundle /db/*.sqlite3 /doc/ *.rbc *.sassc .sass-cache capybara-*.html .rspec /vendor/bundle /log/* /tmp/* /public/system/* /coverage/ /spec/tmp/* **.orig rerun.txt pickle-email-*.html /config/environments/production.rb /config/*.yml /*.log But this doesn’t work. What’s wrong?
Is there any chance to do an opposite to what .gitignore file does? I mean include only specified files and exclude all the rest? Thank you in advance.
For my repo, suppose it’s called top top\ .gitignore foo\ bar\ I want CtrlP to list files that are Under foo\ Is not ignored by .gitignore defined in top\ If I cd into top\foo\, and open vim from there, 1 would be satisfied but not 2. If I open vim on top\, 2 would be […]
This one has stumped several team members on Windows, running Git. We’ve tried all sorts of explicit and wildcard entries in .gitignore however items in the hidden .vs/ folder as a part of Visual Studio 2015 RC keep getting committed. Since those are individual settings for developers, they are obviously always different and show up […]
Is it possible? The git update-index –assume-unchanged is no solution, ignored files have to be tracked. Creating submodules either. E.g. cat .customgitignore(1|2|3…) i-do-not-need-this.extension cat .gitignore basic-stuff.extension <load> .customgitignore1 <load> .customgitignore2 <load> .customgitignore3 etc Issue description for those interested. I am creating private repo of configs. One branch = one config. Additional branch as workspace. I […]
I’m trying to learn Angular 2 and currently setting up a sample project. I just want to know if my .gitignore is enough already or did I miss anything? node_modules typings jspm_packages bower_components app/**/*.js app/**/*.map TIA!
Hey I’m trying to get into git, as an emacs user first thing to do is to make sure the ~ and #*# files are ignored by git. Documentation talks about .gitignore which I’ve been using. However couple of questions remain: gitignore is now checked in and part of a branch. Should .gitignore be checked […]
I want to use Git for versioning my playgrounds, but I am not sure which files should be ignored and which ones I should commit. Currently I use following .gitignore file for playgrounds: # Xcode user data xcuserdata What else should be there?