[osg-users] Convertions w.r.t .gitignore

Victoria Rudakova vicrucann at gmail.com
Mon Jan 25 09:19:04 PST 2016

Having gitignore can be quite helpful for those who are doing library
development and issue fixing.

For the library users like me it may not be a big deal, but I would highly
recommend adding gitignore to the repo. It is a very common practice for
any github project - small or big, just like having a readme file.


On Mon, Jan 25, 2016 at 9:35 AM, Robert Osfield <robert.osfield at gmail.com>

> Hi All,
> I have been using git more and more over the last year but still feel
> very much a novice, still having to doing online searches for answers
> how to do things on a daily basis..
> Anyway, one thing that I did today was create a OSG specific
> .gitignore, file attached.  Adding this to the root directly of the
> OSG helps quieten down git status to just relevant files, or at least
> what I believe is appropriate.
> I was wondering what others in the community do w.r.t .gitignore and
> whether it might be appropriate to add it into the OSG repository
> itself so that it's there any time someone checks out the OSG from
> github.
> Toughts?
> Robert.
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