Is it safe to include in .gitignore Visual Studio *.tlog files?

They seem not to be included in the standard .gitignore cited in a different Stackoverflow post. I am using mainly C#


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  • One Solution collect form web for “Is it safe to include in .gitignore Visual Studio *.tlog files?”

    Since those files usually reside in the $(IntDir) or $(OutDir) (i.e. obj/Debug or bin/Debug) they’re already ignored because those folders are ignored.

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