Short syntax for ignoring directory/ and .directory/ in .gitignore?

Is there a short syntax for ignoring

directory/
.directory/

at my .gitignore (something in the lines of \.?directory/)?

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  • One Solution collect form web for “Short syntax for ignoring directory/ and .directory/ in .gitignore?”

    No. Gitignore uses glob patterns, which only supports the ‘?’ and ‘*’ wildcards for “one arbitrary character” or “any number of arbitrary characters”, respectively.

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