TortoiseGit's equivalent to TortoiseSVN's global ignore patterns

Is there a TortoiseGit equivalent to TortoiseSVN’s “global ignore patterns” setting?

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    As mentioned in this SO question, git has 3 levels of ignore files.

    If you reference one in your ~/.gitconfig, you can manage your global ignore pattern (even though this is not directly integrated in TortoiseGit).

    global ignore patterns are stored in

    • ~/.gitconfig

    where ~ is the users home directory.

    Some alias examples (which are stored in mentioned files due to the –global option):

    • git config –global alias.co checkout
    • git config –global alias.br branch
    • git config –global alias.ci commit
    • git config –global alias.st status

    See git config for details.

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