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# Compiled source #
###################
*.com
*.class
*.dll
*.exe
*.o
*.so
# Packages #
############
# it's better to unpack these files and commit the raw source
# git has its own built in compression methods
*.7z
*.dmg
*.gz
*.iso
*.jar
*.rar
*.tar
*.zip
# Logs and databases #
######################
*.log
*.sql
*.sqlite
# OS generated files #
######################
.DS_Store
.DS_Store?
._*
.Spotlight-V100
.Trashes
ehthumbs.db
Thumbs.db
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GIT with it

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GIT with it

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Thanks, Octocat!

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Thanks, Octocat!

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*.pyc would be a good addition here.

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*.pyc would be a good addition here.

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So convenient! Thanks Octocat!

So convenient! Thanks Octocat!

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Useful stuff, thanks!

Useful stuff, thanks!

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*.pyo and *.pyc and *~ (backup files generated by text editors)

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*.pyo and *.pyc and *~ (backup files generated by text editors)

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even *.bak & *.swp as well can be added

even *.bak & *.swp as well can be added

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Of course GitHub would give their logo an account. Awesome

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Of course GitHub would give their logo an account. Awesome

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It's good, thanks. But how to ignore some directories, such as target, out, production?

It's good, thanks. But how to ignore some directories, such as target, out, production?

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Great resource - many thanks for sharing.

Great resource - many thanks for sharing.

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Some examples with directories per https://gist.github.com/ThomsonTang suggestion would help round out this already excellent tip

Some examples with directories per https://gist.github.com/ThomsonTang suggestion would help round out this already excellent tip

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Thank you for this great contribution!

Thank you for this great contribution!

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Thanks used this a number of times on projects

Thanks used this a number of times on projects

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I think .dll files are important if you're developing with .NET.

Also, you could include .ai, .eps, and .psd on it.

Thanks, for the great snippet.

I think .dll files are important if you're developing with .NET.

Also, you could include .ai, .eps, and .psd on it.

Thanks, for the great snippet.

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nice! you should add sass-cache folder too ;)

nice! you should add sass-cache folder too ;)

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Awesome.

ghost commented Sep 1, 2014

Awesome.

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awesome document. thanks.

awesome document. thanks.

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Hi, I added some IDE files (of NetBeans, Eclipse and Zend Studio) to ignore. Look at:
https://gist.github.com/zpetr/e783d537f8a40bb6ec16

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Hi, I added some IDE files (of NetBeans, Eclipse and Zend Studio) to ignore. Look at:
https://gist.github.com/zpetr/e783d537f8a40bb6ec16

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Surely, *~ and *# for emacs users

Kafei59 commented Sep 24, 2014

Surely, *~ and *# for emacs users

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Very helpful. Thanks

Very helpful. Thanks

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How I can ignore a specific directory ?

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How I can ignore a specific directory ?

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very helpful :)

very helpful :)

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Thanks Octocat !

Thanks Octocat !

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tags

tags

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Helpful ๐Ÿ‘

Helpful ๐Ÿ‘

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.iml :)

.iml :)

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Add these to exclude media extensions:

Images

*.jpg
*.gif
*.png
*.svg
*.ico

Video

*.wmv
*.mpg
*.mpeg
*.mp4
*.mov
*.flv
*.avi
*.ogv
*.ogg
*.webm

Audio

*.wav
*.mp3
*.wma

Fonts

*.eot
*.ttf
*.woff

Add these to exclude media extensions:

Images

*.jpg
*.gif
*.png
*.svg
*.ico

Video

*.wmv
*.mpg
*.mpeg
*.mp4
*.mov
*.flv
*.avi
*.ogv
*.ogg
*.webm

Audio

*.wav
*.mp3
*.wma

Fonts

*.eot
*.ttf
*.woff

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.idea
(PHPStorm)

.idea
(PHPStorm)

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This gist is pretty much defunct by https://github.com/github/gitignore

nojacko commented Nov 28, 2014

This gist is pretty much defunct by https://github.com/github/gitignore

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.orig files generated by git diff

.orig files generated by git diff

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I love .gitignore thank you

AngAven commented Dec 27, 2014

I love .gitignore thank you

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Some windows files too;

Thumbs.db
desktop.ini

Some windows files too;

Thumbs.db
desktop.ini
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To ignore backup files generated by text editor anywhere in the subdirectory

**/*~

To ignore IDE (eclipse / intellij) related files

.classpath
.project
.settings
.idea
.metadata
*.iml
*.ipr

To ignore backup files generated by text editor anywhere in the subdirectory

**/*~

To ignore IDE (eclipse / intellij) related files

.classpath
.project
.settings
.idea
.metadata
*.iml
*.ipr
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And What about Iconr?

And What about Iconr?

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This is very helpful. Thanks guys

This is very helpful. Thanks guys

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@arulrajnet @cptstarling it is not recommended to ignore entire .idea directory. Instead we should add only the two lines below to local .gitignore file:

/.idea/workspace.xml
/.idea/tasks.xml

This way all good project configuration (for example Code Style, namespaces mapping, etc) will be shared among all team.

@arulrajnet @cptstarling it is not recommended to ignore entire .idea directory. Instead we should add only the two lines below to local .gitignore file:

/.idea/workspace.xml
/.idea/tasks.xml

This way all good project configuration (for example Code Style, namespaces mapping, etc) will be shared among all team.

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Good! Now I can git on with my work ^^

ILM126 commented Feb 15, 2015

Good! Now I can git on with my work ^^

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Thanks that really helped

Thanks that really helped

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What if I want to ignore all .txt files, but one? For example all the txt files out, but keep important.txt ?

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What if I want to ignore all .txt files, but one? For example all the txt files out, but keep important.txt ?

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*.log isn't working for me. I have the logs 'server.log', 'connected.log', and 'visitorcount.log' in a folder named 'logs', and GitHub Desktop keeps asking me to commit the files whenever they are modified.

I'm using Notepad to add these updates and have rebooted GitHub Desktop. Is there any weird technical feature that I am missing?

*.log isn't working for me. I have the logs 'server.log', 'connected.log', and 'visitorcount.log' in a folder named 'logs', and GitHub Desktop keeps asking me to commit the files whenever they are modified.

I'm using Notepad to add these updates and have rebooted GitHub Desktop. Is there any weird technical feature that I am missing?

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for vim users

*.swp
*.swo

for vim users

*.swp
*.swo
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Thanks, add to my file, and add npm install modules directory
/node_modules/*

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Thanks, add to my file, and add npm install modules directory
/node_modules/*

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Thanks man.

Thanks man.

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๐Ÿ˜˜ :octocat:

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๐Ÿ˜˜ :octocat:

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๐Ÿ‘

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๐Ÿ‘

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Wonderful, yo~

Wonderful, yo~

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for vim
*.un~

for vim
*.un~

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Here's a more robust version of the vim ignores for your global .gitignore:

**/*~
**/*.bak
**/*.sw[abcdefghijklmnop]

Here's a more robust version of the vim ignores for your global .gitignore:

**/*~
**/*.bak
**/*.sw[abcdefghijklmnop]
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Thank you . Quite a useful example.

Thank you . Quite a useful example.

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It is strange that no one mentioned http://www.gitignore.io - web ui to https://github.com/github/gitignore

It is strange that no one mentioned http://www.gitignore.io - web ui to https://github.com/github/gitignore

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Thanks ๐Ÿ‘

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Thanks ๐Ÿ‘

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@hppavilion1 you should add **/ prefix. It'll include all subfolders as well.

ex:

**/*.log*

@hppavilion1 you should add **/ prefix. It'll include all subfolders as well.

ex:

**/*.log*
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Should *.sql really be ignored? I've seen instances where raw migrations are saved in .sql format and would be important to commit.

Should *.sql really be ignored? I've seen instances where raw migrations are saved in .sql format and would be important to commit.

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*.png
*.jpg
*.jpeg
*.gif
*.bmp
*.svg
*.ico
*.psd

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*.png
*.jpg
*.jpeg
*.gif
*.bmp
*.svg
*.ico
*.psd

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does adding .gitignore inside the .gitignore file affect anything generally?

does adding .gitignore inside the .gitignore file affect anything generally?

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\#*\# would also be worth adding.

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\#*\# would also be worth adding.

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And *.sublime-workspace for those who use SublimeText. It's important not adding these files, for security reasons.

And *.sublime-workspace for those who use SublimeText. It's important not adding these files, for security reasons.

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And I agree with @ScottyMJacobson, *.sql files are important for some projects, I'm used to adding the initial version of the database this way. Suits me well... any advices?

And I agree with @ScottyMJacobson, *.sql files are important for some projects, I'm used to adding the initial version of the database this way. Suits me well... any advices?

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  • .gitignore to default list.
  • .gitignore to default list.
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vim swapfiles (*.swp) should be added as those do not belong into a repository

vim swapfiles (*.swp) should be added as those do not belong into a repository

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thanks so much

thanks so much

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thanks , nice work!!

thanks , nice work!!

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Very useful!

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Very useful!

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Neat! Thanks.

ghost commented Jul 27, 2016

Neat! Thanks.

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Huge help, thanks.

Huge help, thanks.

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Thank you.

Thank you.

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# OS generated files #
######################
.DS_Store
.DS_Store?
._*
.Spotlight-V100
.Trashes
ehthumbs.db
Thumbs.db

Should be located in ~/.gitignore

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# OS generated files #
######################
.DS_Store
.DS_Store?
._*
.Spotlight-V100
.Trashes
ehthumbs.db
Thumbs.db

Should be located in ~/.gitignore

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Here is a project I'm maintaining for gitignore templates - https://www.gitignore.io

joeblau commented Oct 12, 2016

Here is a project I'm maintaining for gitignore templates - https://www.gitignore.io

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I'd add *.msi to my package section.
But thanks Octocat! much easier than finding them myself.

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I'd add *.msi to my package section.
But thanks Octocat! much easier than finding them myself.

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Might want to add this specific file example (keys.js) into your .gitignore file if you are using API keys to keep that info private and not copied.

JulieH2016 commented Dec 13, 2016

Might want to add this specific file example (keys.js) into your .gitignore file if you are using API keys to keep that info private and not copied.

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Thanks a lot Octocat!

Thanks a lot Octocat!

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Thank you for your helpful work!

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Thank you for your helpful work!

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Really handy, thanks!

Really handy, thanks!

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Thank you for this great contribution! i use it every time ๐Ÿ‘

Thank you for this great contribution! i use it every time ๐Ÿ‘

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  • .env
  • .env
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.vscode

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.vscode

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++++

++++

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where to put this in case of GitHub Desctop App on windows system?

where to put this in case of GitHub Desctop App on windows system?

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.pyc also

.pyc also

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Very useful and handy. Thanks a lot

Very useful and handy. Thanks a lot

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This is so useful!! Thank you

This is so useful!! Thank you

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A note on .sqlite:
Currently, on a fresh Django installation, the default database name is db.sqlite3, so maybe .sqlite3 should be in here as well?

A note on .sqlite:
Currently, on a fresh Django installation, the default database name is db.sqlite3, so maybe .sqlite3 should be in here as well?

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desktop.ini not listed ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

desktop.ini not listed ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

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well done

well done

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Gittin' jiggy wid it.

Gittin' jiggy wid it.

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We should also add target folder in .gitignore , which is generated by maven as build outcome along with packaged files, as:
target/
*.jar
*.war
*.ear

We should also add target folder in .gitignore , which is generated by maven as build outcome along with packaged files, as:
target/
*.jar
*.war
*.ear

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Global git ignores seem to be quite improper when a person is using git-annex. I first experienced this a couple of years ago: umeboshi2/dotfiles@49292a1

Today, while trying to update the git-annex repo for http://ifarchive.org I found a few more. Please add some language that qualifiy the suggestions from github to allow for the addition of certain "ignores" that may need to be tracked above git, yet still be under the constraints of the ignore file.

In all honesty, the suggestions from this gist, with respect to the config being global, and also the use of git-annex, has eliminated many of your suggestions. Even my opinion on *~ wasn't met by http://ifarchive.org. My ignore file is here: https://github.com/umeboshi2/dotfiles/blob/master/gitignore_global

Please understand that I was actually surprised by a "filename~" existing on the mirror and had to really .think about the ignore file. That was not your suggestion, but I was surprised anyway.

My purpose for the comment is to encourage github to provide some sort of "disclaimer" that these files may not need to be ignored.

It's very possible that git-annex may want to "ignore" the global ignores and have it's own global ignore file and not respect the global git ignore config. I will try to bring that point across to Mr. Hess if able.

Global git ignores seem to be quite improper when a person is using git-annex. I first experienced this a couple of years ago: umeboshi2/dotfiles@49292a1

Today, while trying to update the git-annex repo for http://ifarchive.org I found a few more. Please add some language that qualifiy the suggestions from github to allow for the addition of certain "ignores" that may need to be tracked above git, yet still be under the constraints of the ignore file.

In all honesty, the suggestions from this gist, with respect to the config being global, and also the use of git-annex, has eliminated many of your suggestions. Even my opinion on *~ wasn't met by http://ifarchive.org. My ignore file is here: https://github.com/umeboshi2/dotfiles/blob/master/gitignore_global

Please understand that I was actually surprised by a "filename~" existing on the mirror and had to really .think about the ignore file. That was not your suggestion, but I was surprised anyway.

My purpose for the comment is to encourage github to provide some sort of "disclaimer" that these files may not need to be ignored.

It's very possible that git-annex may want to "ignore" the global ignores and have it's own global ignore file and not respect the global git ignore config. I will try to bring that point across to Mr. Hess if able.

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GOOD

elesos commented Feb 2, 2018

GOOD

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Please also add *.apk to it, thanks.

Please also add *.apk to it, thanks.

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lucanos Feb 25, 2018

Also remember to add

*.

Mac OS seems to have no problems with filenames ending with a period, but Windows does, and GIT on Windows will not interact with a Repo which has any files with this hanging period.

lucanos commented Feb 25, 2018

Also remember to add

*.

Mac OS seems to have no problems with filenames ending with a period, but Windows does, and GIT on Windows will not interact with a Repo which has any files with this hanging period.

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Thanks, Bud!

Thanks, Bud!

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tradewind2018 Mar 19, 2018

thanks!

thanks!

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