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default .bithoundrc file for ignoring project files (modify as needed and commit to the root of your project)
{
"ignore": [
"**/deps/**",
"**/node_modules/**",
"**/thirdparty/**",
"**/third_party/**",
"**/vendor/**",
"**/**-min-**",
"**/**-min.**",
"**/**.min.**",
"**/**jquery.?(ui|effects)-*.*.?(*).?(cs|j)s",
"**/**jquery-*.*.?(*).?(cs|j)s",
"**/prototype?(*).js",
"**/**?(*).ts",
"**/mootools*.*.*.js",
"**/dojo.js",
"**/MochiKit.js",
"**/yahoo-*.js",
"**/yui*.js",
"**/ckeditor*.js",
"**/tiny_mce*.js",
"**/tiny_mce/?(langs|plugins|themes|utils)/**",
"**/MathJax/**",
"**/shBrush*.js",
"**/shCore.js",
"**/shLegacy.js",
"**/modernizr.custom.?(*).js",
"**/knockout-*.*.*.debug.js",
"**/extjs/*.js",
"**/extjs/*.xml",
"**/extjs/*.txt",
"**/extjs/*.html",
"**/extjs/*.properties",
"**/extjs/.sencha",
"**/extjs/docs/**",
"**/extjs/builds/**",
"**/extjs/cmd/**",
"**/extjs/examples/**",
"**/extjs/locale/**",
"**/extjs/packages/**",
"**/extjs/plugins/**",
"**/extjs/resources/**",
"**/extjs/src/**",
"**/extjs/welcome/**",
"bower_components/**"
],
"test": [
"**/test/**",
"**/tests/**",
"**/spec/**",
"**/specs/**"
],
"dependencies": {
"unused-ignores": []
}
}
@carlosperez

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carlosperez commented Jan 26, 2015

If you want bitHound to continue ignoring the default list that is shown in this gist, add your ignored files and folders to this existing list.

@DamonOehlman

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DamonOehlman commented Mar 18, 2015

While I don't use the tools often, is it worth adding Gruntfile.js and gulpfile.js to this list?

@ashclarke

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ashclarke commented Apr 9, 2015

@dansilivestru Missing a closing ] on the test section :)

@seiyria

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seiyria commented Apr 27, 2015

@DamonOehlman I find value in ignoring them, simply because those files can get very long and full of redundant code. Unfortunately I don't think there's a reasonably way to split it up unless you use requirejs and split your build process across multiple files. At that point, I don't think you gain anything by using grunt or gulp.

@fearphage

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fearphage commented Apr 28, 2015

Is it too late to allow this to be YAML OR JSON format?

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fearphage commented Apr 28, 2015

Is it necessary to ignore *.{html,txt,xml,properties} files?

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