Excellent! Thanks for this!
I might consider adding '*.synctex.gz'.
Thank you! Good idea, I added it.
Why not use this instead:
$ cat .gitignore
Because it's decently rare that a .tex file exists by itself, there's BibTeX files, figures, usually some sort of misc notes you want (I even have a rake file using rake-latex from Oxford Uni).
All that said, if you really do have a .tex file in isolation, that's a good solution :)
excellent, just what i need! thanks.
Thank you for this great file !
I forked it for Mac users : https://gist.github.com/871983
Cool! Thank you!
If using latexmk to manage the compile process, add *.fdb_latexmk
I added *\#* to my list to not track the emacs backup files.
I added *.pdf since this is an output file and not a source file. The same could apply to *.dvi.
Thanks !, very useful.
if using the pagebackref option of the hyperref package you also get a *.brf file.
I would sort it alphabetically :) Good one!
While for AUCTeX you also get files like:region.*
Thank you Stefan, this is nice and useful. You may also want to include *.lol (List of Listings), produced by the listings package.
Thank You, indeed. My "manuscript" got rather large and manually tracking changes piecemeal got unmanageable, thankfully I opted way back then to compose it in \LaTeX so now that I've been able to regenerate it from ancient source, I'll be able to track it, too.
Just what i was looking for, great! What about adding *.pdf? And for TexMaker users
is useful also.
BTW, biber creates *.bcf and *.run.xml files.
*.snm and *.nav for beamer!
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