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gitignore file for django project
# Byte-compiled / optimized / DLL files
__pycache__/
*.py[cod]
*$py.class
# C extensions
*.so
# Distribution / packaging
.Python
env/
build/
develop-eggs/
dist/
downloads/
eggs/
.eggs/
lib/
lib64/
parts/
sdist/
var/
wheels/
*.egg-info/
.installed.cfg
*.egg
# PyInstaller
# Usually these files are written by a python script from a template
# before PyInstaller builds the exe, so as to inject date/other infos into it.
*.manifest
*.spec
# Installer logs
pip-log.txt
pip-delete-this-directory.txt
# Unit test / coverage reports
htmlcov/
.tox/
.coverage
.coverage.*
.cache
nosetests.xml
coverage.xml
*.cover
.hypothesis/
# Translations
*.mo
*.pot
# Django stuff:
*.log
local_settings.py
# Flask stuff:
instance/
.webassets-cache
# Scrapy stuff:
.scrapy
# Sphinx documentation
docs/_build/
# PyBuilder
target/
# Jupyter Notebook
.ipynb_checkpoints
# pyenv
.python-version
# celery beat schedule file
celerybeat-schedule
# SageMath parsed files
*.sage.py
# dotenv
.env
# virtualenv
.venv
venv/
ENV/
.vscode
# Spyder project settings
.spyderproject
.spyproject
# Rope project settings
.ropeproject
# mkdocs documentation
/site
# mypy
.mypy_cache/
.DS_Store
*.sqlite3
media/
*.pyc
*.db
*.pid
# Ignore Django Migrations in Development if you are working on team
# Only for Development only
# **/migrations/**
# !**/migrations
# !**/migrations/__init__.py
@bouwehand
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bouwehand commented Aug 6, 2020

nice! tnx!

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ghost commented Aug 8, 2020

Great. Thanks for the file.

@ayush-mandowara-bst
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ayush-mandowara-bst commented Aug 8, 2020

Hi, why do you have migrations in your .gitignore file?

@santoshpy
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santoshpy commented Aug 8, 2020

Hi, why do you have migrations in your .gitignore file?

if you are working on the git and sometimes you get a lot of git issues due to migration conflicts in development. It's not recommended for production.

@opeerator
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opeerator commented Aug 12, 2020

Migration files are part of the code base and should be committed.

@santoshpy
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santoshpy commented Aug 14, 2020

Migration files are part of the code base and should be committed.

Hello @opeerator

I agree but in some cases, due to migration conflict, I chose to ignore it.

@anton-adamiv
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anton-adamiv commented Aug 21, 2020

Hello @santoshpurbey
What about data migrations?

@iamnur
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iamnur commented Aug 22, 2020

Awesome

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santoshpy commented Aug 24, 2020

Hello @santoshpurbey
What about data migrations?

Thank you for pointing import stuff about database migrations, I've created this gist for my use-case where I've faced migrations issue while working with git so I put it in git ignore file but aware of this and only useful for development environment but not for production where we need the most. Interesting fact: unexpectedly this gist appeared on top in google search.

@bphariharan1301
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bphariharan1301 commented Sep 29, 2020

I have named my virtualenv in a different way like Eg: blogenv. So, how can I add that to gitignore file??
Can anyone help me out Please.....

@shahid-ullah
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shahid-ullah commented Oct 3, 2020

@bphariharan1301

I have named my virtualenv in a different way like Eg: blogenv. So, how can I add that to gitignore file??
Can anyone help me out Please.....

blogenv/

@MrKyHn1
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MrKyHn1 commented Jan 8, 2021

Hello, i have site-packages and py_cache files, should i ignore them on my gitignore, besides poluting my git status i feel like it is not necessary files, they should only remain on the user's side. What do you guys think ?

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MrKyHn1 commented Jan 8, 2021

to be more precise they are /py_cache files and venv/lib/python/site-packages/ but i notice that you ignore the venv folder , we use a common venv in my team to not flood our machines and it works fine

@ayush-mandowara-bst
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ayush-mandowara-bst commented Jan 8, 2021

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MrKyHn1 commented Jan 8, 2021

I mean the venv is on the repo when you clone it. I am gonna remove it like suggested, but i would like to make a script to create the venv( i mean the activate/deactivate/... Binaries and so on)

@ayush-mandowara-bst
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ayush-mandowara-bst commented Jan 8, 2021

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MrKyHn1 commented Jan 8, 2021

Thanks a lot! Have a nice evening :)

@BukhosiMoyo
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BukhosiMoyo commented Jan 21, 2021

Thank you so much this is really helpful...

@ilyas-shah
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ilyas-shah commented Feb 7, 2021

thanks!

@darthmorgot
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darthmorgot commented Jan 21, 2022

It's great, thanks!

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