|Re: Team->Share Project->Git sometimes doesn't create .gitignore in project root [message #1385134 is a reply to message #1385129]
||Wed, 04 June 2014 13:58
| Felix Dorner
Registered: March 2012
On 04/06/2014 15:25, Felix Dorner wrote:|
> On 04/06/2014 15:20, Felix Dorner wrote:
>> I just Team->Share Project->Git for a lot of plug-in projects. The
>> projects were located in the workspace and the share operation moves
>> them to the git repo and reconnects them to the workspace. Now, for most
>> of the projects, EGit seems to create a .gitignore (Containing one line
>> bin/, great). Now the strange thing is that for some of the projects the
>> .gitignore file is not created. I try to find out why. Hints?
> Here's one: When I initially imported the projects into the workspace,
> some of them come with a bin folder, some don't. If the bin folder
> exists prior to importing the project, the .gitignore file isn't
> created. So there seems to be some 'clever' logic that differentiates
> between different kinds of 'bin' folders.
Manually marking the 'bin' folders as derived creates the .gitignore
file. Happy clicking.
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