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Add tracking blacklisting #64

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ArneBachmann opened this Issue Nov 18, 2017 · 2 comments

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ArneBachmann commented Nov 18, 2017

e.g. via sos add "-file?.jp*"

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ArneBachmann commented Nov 18, 2017

That's ambiguous because - could be a legit part of the filename, but something like sos addnot <pattern> could work.
Whitelisting would be relevant in simple mode, but also in tracking/picky modes to exclude more specific patterns from more general tracking patterns.

@ArneBachmann ArneBachmann added this to the Future milestone Dec 14, 2017

@ArneBachmann ArneBachmann modified the milestones: Future, 1.2 Dec 30, 2017

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@ArneBachmann ArneBachmann added the feature label Jan 5, 2018

@ArneBachmann ArneBachmann modified the milestones: 1.2, 1.3 Feb 1, 2018

@ArneBachmann ArneBachmann changed the title from Add tracking whitelisting to Add tracking blacklisting Feb 7, 2018

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ArneBachmann commented Feb 9, 2018

Could also add a non-global ignore capability, even for simple mode - but not in the first shot

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