|.git/info/exclude ? [message #715199]
||Fri, 12 August 2011 13:22
| R Shapiro
Registered: June 2011
I have a java project that produces build artifacts that are not supposed to under version control. Some examples are .class files, typically in directories called '*classes', and certain .jar files, typically in directories called 'lib'. These are specified in info/exclude rather than .gitignore mostly because my git repository is a bridge to an SVN repository. The entries were generated by Git itself, via 'git svn show-ignore' -- I did not do them manually.|
All the ignore specs work fine in command-line git: after a build, 'git status' says "nothing to commit (working directory clean)"
In egit, some work and some don't. After a build, the ones that don't work cause spurious entries in the Git Staging view, the Commit gui etc.
Example entries in info/exclude:
The first three work correctly in egit, the second three do not.
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