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aleprieto on 03/20/10


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Git ignore global


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Here's how to set-up globally a set of excludes when using GIT, in this case setting up GIT to ignore .DS_Store files on a Mac.

First add a common ignore file to the GIT configuration, in this case stored in the users home directory called .gitignore

Next add the exclude line for .DS_Store to the .gitignore file either with your favourite editor or simply with this command which will create it if it doesn't already exist as well.

  1. git config --global core.excludesfile ~/.gitignore
  2. echo .DS_Store >> ~/.gitignore

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Posted By: Vordreller on March 20, 2010

Can be used for Thumbs.db on Windows too.

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