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Ignore automatically generated README in git #4

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Since the README file is automatically generated, it makes sense to have git ignore it, and thus to have a clean working directory even after a build or test run.

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The purpose of generating the README is to check it into git so that there's something to look at on the github front page.

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arodland commented Feb 26, 2017

The purpose of generating the README is to check it into git so that there's something to look at on the github front page.

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But it's not checked into git and it doesn't appear on the GitHub front page... Do you want me to add it?

But it's not checked into git and it doesn't appear on the GitHub front page... Do you want me to add it?

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No, it will show up the next time I do a release.

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arodland commented Feb 26, 2017

No, it will show up the next time I do a release.

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