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README.md

Generate any local or global .gitignore file from the github/gitignore repository. Use from the command line when Generate's CLI is installed globally, or use as a plugin or sub-generator in your own generator.

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Table of Contents

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Quickstart

Install

Install generate and generate-gitignore:

$ npm install --global generate generate-gitignore

Generate a .gitignore

Initiate a prompt to generate a .gitignore file in the current working directory:

$ gen gitignore

Customization

Add a custom template with the same as the .gitignore template you want to use to the ~/templates directory on your system, and this generator will automatically use it.

For example, add a Node.gitignore template to override the .gitignore template that's used when $ gen gitignore:node is run.

What is "Generate"?

Generate is a command line tool and developer framework for scaffolding out new GitHub projects using generators and tasks.

Answers to prompts and the user's environment can be used to determine the templates, directories, files and contents to build. Support for gulp, base and assemble plugins, and much more.

For more information:

Getting started

Install

Installing the CLI

To run the gitignore generator from the command line, you'll need to install Generate globally first. You can do that now with the following command:

$ npm install --global generate

This adds the gen command to your system path, allowing it to be run from any directory.

Install generate-gitignore

Install this module with the following command:

$ npm install --global generate-gitignore

Usage

Run this generator's default task with the following command:

$ gen gitignore

What you should see in the terminal

If completed successfully, you should see both starting and finished events in the terminal, like the following:

[00:44:21] starting ...
...
[00:44:22] finished ✔

If you do not see one or both of those events, please let us know about it.

Help

To see a general help menu and available commands for Generate's CLI, run:

$ gen help

Files

All of the local and global .gitignore templates from github/gitignore are available.

Prompts

The following tasks will prompt you to choose the file to generate.

gitignore

Generate a .gitignore file to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore

gitignore:global

Generate a global .gitignore file to global .git directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:global

Local gitignore

The following local .gitignore files are available.

generate-gitignore node

gitignore:actionscript

Generate a .gitignore file for Actionscript to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:actionscript
$ gen gitignore:actionscript --dest ./foo

gitignore:ada

Generate a .gitignore file for Ada to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:ada
$ gen gitignore:ada --dest ./foo

gitignore:agda

Generate a .gitignore file for Agda to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:agda
$ gen gitignore:agda --dest ./foo

gitignore:android

Generate a .gitignore file for Android to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:android
$ gen gitignore:android --dest ./foo

gitignore:appengine

Generate a .gitignore file for AppEngine to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:appengine
$ gen gitignore:appengine --dest ./foo

gitignore:appceleratortitanium

Generate a .gitignore file for AppceleratorTitanium to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:appceleratortitanium
$ gen gitignore:appceleratortitanium --dest ./foo

gitignore:archlinuxpackages

Generate a .gitignore file for ArchLinuxPackages to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:archlinuxpackages
$ gen gitignore:archlinuxpackages --dest ./foo

gitignore:autotools

Generate a .gitignore file for Autotools to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:autotools
$ gen gitignore:autotools --dest ./foo

gitignore:c++

Generate a .gitignore file for C++ to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:c++
$ gen gitignore:c++ --dest ./foo

gitignore:c

Generate a .gitignore file for C to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:c
$ gen gitignore:c --dest ./foo

gitignore:cfwheels

Generate a .gitignore file for CFWheels to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:cfwheels
$ gen gitignore:cfwheels --dest ./foo

gitignore:cmake

Generate a .gitignore file for CMake to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:cmake
$ gen gitignore:cmake --dest ./foo

gitignore:cuda

Generate a .gitignore file for CUDA to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:cuda
$ gen gitignore:cuda --dest ./foo

gitignore:cakephp

Generate a .gitignore file for CakePHP to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:cakephp
$ gen gitignore:cakephp --dest ./foo

gitignore:chefcookbook

Generate a .gitignore file for ChefCookbook to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:chefcookbook
$ gen gitignore:chefcookbook --dest ./foo

gitignore:clojure

Generate a .gitignore file for Clojure to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:clojure
$ gen gitignore:clojure --dest ./foo

gitignore:codeigniter

Generate a .gitignore file for CodeIgniter to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:codeigniter
$ gen gitignore:codeigniter --dest ./foo

gitignore:commonlisp

Generate a .gitignore file for CommonLisp to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:commonlisp
$ gen gitignore:commonlisp --dest ./foo

gitignore:composer

Generate a .gitignore file for Composer to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:composer
$ gen gitignore:composer --dest ./foo

gitignore:concrete5

Generate a .gitignore file for Concrete5 to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:concrete5
$ gen gitignore:concrete5 --dest ./foo

gitignore:coq

Generate a .gitignore file for Coq to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:coq
$ gen gitignore:coq --dest ./foo

gitignore:craftcms

Generate a .gitignore file for CraftCMS to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:craftcms
$ gen gitignore:craftcms --dest ./foo

gitignore:d

Generate a .gitignore file for D to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:d
$ gen gitignore:d --dest ./foo

gitignore:dm

Generate a .gitignore file for DM to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:dm
$ gen gitignore:dm --dest ./foo

gitignore:dart

Generate a .gitignore file for Dart to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:dart
$ gen gitignore:dart --dest ./foo

gitignore:delphi

Generate a .gitignore file for Delphi to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:delphi
$ gen gitignore:delphi --dest ./foo

gitignore:drupal

Generate a .gitignore file for Drupal to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:drupal
$ gen gitignore:drupal --dest ./foo

gitignore:episerver

Generate a .gitignore file for EPiServer to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:episerver
$ gen gitignore:episerver --dest ./foo

gitignore:eagle

Generate a .gitignore file for Eagle to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:eagle
$ gen gitignore:eagle --dest ./foo

gitignore:elisp

Generate a .gitignore file for Elisp to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:elisp
$ gen gitignore:elisp --dest ./foo

gitignore:elixir

Generate a .gitignore file for Elixir to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:elixir
$ gen gitignore:elixir --dest ./foo

gitignore:elm

Generate a .gitignore file for Elm to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:elm
$ gen gitignore:elm --dest ./foo

gitignore:erlang

Generate a .gitignore file for Erlang to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:erlang
$ gen gitignore:erlang --dest ./foo

gitignore:expressionengine

Generate a .gitignore file for ExpressionEngine to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:expressionengine
$ gen gitignore:expressionengine --dest ./foo

gitignore:extjs

Generate a .gitignore file for ExtJs to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:extjs
$ gen gitignore:extjs --dest ./foo

gitignore:fancy

Generate a .gitignore file for Fancy to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:fancy
$ gen gitignore:fancy --dest ./foo

gitignore:finale

Generate a .gitignore file for Finale to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:finale
$ gen gitignore:finale --dest ./foo

gitignore:forcedotcom

Generate a .gitignore file for ForceDotCom to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:forcedotcom
$ gen gitignore:forcedotcom --dest ./foo

gitignore:fortran

Generate a .gitignore file for Fortran to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:fortran
$ gen gitignore:fortran --dest ./foo

gitignore:fuelphp

Generate a .gitignore file for FuelPHP to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:fuelphp
$ gen gitignore:fuelphp --dest ./foo

gitignore:gwt

Generate a .gitignore file for GWT to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:gwt
$ gen gitignore:gwt --dest ./foo

gitignore:gcov

Generate a .gitignore file for Gcov to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:gcov
$ gen gitignore:gcov --dest ./foo

gitignore:gitbook

Generate a .gitignore file for GitBook to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:gitbook
$ gen gitignore:gitbook --dest ./foo

gitignore:go

Generate a .gitignore file for Go to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:go
$ gen gitignore:go --dest ./foo

gitignore:gradle

Generate a .gitignore file for Gradle to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:gradle
$ gen gitignore:gradle --dest ./foo

gitignore:grails

Generate a .gitignore file for Grails to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:grails
$ gen gitignore:grails --dest ./foo

gitignore:haskell

Generate a .gitignore file for Haskell to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:haskell
$ gen gitignore:haskell --dest ./foo

gitignore:igorpro

Generate a .gitignore file for IGORPro to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:igorpro
$ gen gitignore:igorpro --dest ./foo

gitignore:idris

Generate a .gitignore file for Idris to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:idris
$ gen gitignore:idris --dest ./foo

gitignore:java

Generate a .gitignore file for Java to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:java
$ gen gitignore:java --dest ./foo

gitignore:jboss

Generate a .gitignore file for Jboss to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:jboss
$ gen gitignore:jboss --dest ./foo

gitignore:jekyll

Generate a .gitignore file for Jekyll to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:jekyll
$ gen gitignore:jekyll --dest ./foo

gitignore:joomla

Generate a .gitignore file for Joomla to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:joomla
$ gen gitignore:joomla --dest ./foo

gitignore:julia

Generate a .gitignore file for Julia to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:julia
$ gen gitignore:julia --dest ./foo

gitignore:kicad

Generate a .gitignore file for KiCad to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:kicad
$ gen gitignore:kicad --dest ./foo

gitignore:kohana

Generate a .gitignore file for Kohana to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:kohana
$ gen gitignore:kohana --dest ./foo

gitignore:labview

Generate a .gitignore file for LabVIEW to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:labview
$ gen gitignore:labview --dest ./foo

gitignore:laravel

Generate a .gitignore file for Laravel to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:laravel
$ gen gitignore:laravel --dest ./foo

gitignore:leiningen

Generate a .gitignore file for Leiningen to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:leiningen
$ gen gitignore:leiningen --dest ./foo

gitignore:lemonstand

Generate a .gitignore file for LemonStand to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:lemonstand
$ gen gitignore:lemonstand --dest ./foo

gitignore:lilypond

Generate a .gitignore file for Lilypond to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:lilypond
$ gen gitignore:lilypond --dest ./foo

gitignore:lithium

Generate a .gitignore file for Lithium to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:lithium
$ gen gitignore:lithium --dest ./foo

gitignore:lua

Generate a .gitignore file for Lua to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:lua
$ gen gitignore:lua --dest ./foo

gitignore:magento

Generate a .gitignore file for Magento to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:magento
$ gen gitignore:magento --dest ./foo

gitignore:maven

Generate a .gitignore file for Maven to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:maven
$ gen gitignore:maven --dest ./foo

gitignore:mercury

Generate a .gitignore file for Mercury to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:mercury
$ gen gitignore:mercury --dest ./foo

gitignore:metaprogrammingsystem

Generate a .gitignore file for MetaProgrammingSystem to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:metaprogrammingsystem
$ gen gitignore:metaprogrammingsystem --dest ./foo

gitignore:minimal

Generate a .gitignore file for Minimal to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:minimal
$ gen gitignore:minimal --dest ./foo

gitignore:nanoc

Generate a .gitignore file for Nanoc to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:nanoc
$ gen gitignore:nanoc --dest ./foo

gitignore:nim

Generate a .gitignore file for Nim to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:nim
$ gen gitignore:nim --dest ./foo

gitignore:node

Generate a .gitignore file for Node to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:node
$ gen gitignore:node --dest ./foo

gitignore:ocaml

Generate a .gitignore file for OCaml to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:ocaml
$ gen gitignore:ocaml --dest ./foo

gitignore:objective-c

Generate a .gitignore file for Objective-C to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:objective-c
$ gen gitignore:objective-c --dest ./foo

gitignore:opa

Generate a .gitignore file for Opa to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:opa
$ gen gitignore:opa --dest ./foo

gitignore:opencart

Generate a .gitignore file for OpenCart to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:opencart
$ gen gitignore:opencart --dest ./foo

gitignore:oracleforms

Generate a .gitignore file for OracleForms to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:oracleforms
$ gen gitignore:oracleforms --dest ./foo

gitignore:packer

Generate a .gitignore file for Packer to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:packer
$ gen gitignore:packer --dest ./foo

gitignore:perl

Generate a .gitignore file for Perl to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:perl
$ gen gitignore:perl --dest ./foo

gitignore:phalcon

Generate a .gitignore file for Phalcon to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:phalcon
$ gen gitignore:phalcon --dest ./foo

gitignore:playframework

Generate a .gitignore file for PlayFramework to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:playframework
$ gen gitignore:playframework --dest ./foo

gitignore:plone

Generate a .gitignore file for Plone to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:plone
$ gen gitignore:plone --dest ./foo

gitignore:prestashop

Generate a .gitignore file for Prestashop to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:prestashop
$ gen gitignore:prestashop --dest ./foo

gitignore:processing

Generate a .gitignore file for Processing to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:processing
$ gen gitignore:processing --dest ./foo

gitignore:python

Generate a .gitignore file for Python to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:python
$ gen gitignore:python --dest ./foo

gitignore:qooxdoo

Generate a .gitignore file for Qooxdoo to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:qooxdoo
$ gen gitignore:qooxdoo --dest ./foo

gitignore:qt

Generate a .gitignore file for Qt to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:qt
$ gen gitignore:qt --dest ./foo

gitignore:r

Generate a .gitignore file for R to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:r
$ gen gitignore:r --dest ./foo

gitignore:ros

Generate a .gitignore file for ROS to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:ros
$ gen gitignore:ros --dest ./foo

gitignore:rails

Generate a .gitignore file for Rails to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:rails
$ gen gitignore:rails --dest ./foo

gitignore:rhodesrhomobile

Generate a .gitignore file for RhodesRhomobile to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:rhodesrhomobile
$ gen gitignore:rhodesrhomobile --dest ./foo

gitignore:ruby

Generate a .gitignore file for Ruby to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:ruby
$ gen gitignore:ruby --dest ./foo

gitignore:rust

Generate a .gitignore file for Rust to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:rust
$ gen gitignore:rust --dest ./foo

gitignore:scons

Generate a .gitignore file for SCons to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:scons
$ gen gitignore:scons --dest ./foo

gitignore:sass

Generate a .gitignore file for Sass to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:sass
$ gen gitignore:sass --dest ./foo

gitignore:scala

Generate a .gitignore file for Scala to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:scala
$ gen gitignore:scala --dest ./foo

gitignore:scheme

Generate a .gitignore file for Scheme to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:scheme
$ gen gitignore:scheme --dest ./foo

gitignore:scrivener

Generate a .gitignore file for Scrivener to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:scrivener
$ gen gitignore:scrivener --dest ./foo

gitignore:sdcc

Generate a .gitignore file for Sdcc to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:sdcc
$ gen gitignore:sdcc --dest ./foo

gitignore:seamgen

Generate a .gitignore file for SeamGen to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:seamgen
$ gen gitignore:seamgen --dest ./foo

gitignore:sketchup

Generate a .gitignore file for SketchUp to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:sketchup
$ gen gitignore:sketchup --dest ./foo

gitignore:smalltalk

Generate a .gitignore file for Smalltalk to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:smalltalk
$ gen gitignore:smalltalk --dest ./foo

gitignore:stella

Generate a .gitignore file for Stella to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:stella
$ gen gitignore:stella --dest ./foo

gitignore:sugarcrm

Generate a .gitignore file for SugarCRM to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:sugarcrm
$ gen gitignore:sugarcrm --dest ./foo

gitignore:swift

Generate a .gitignore file for Swift to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:swift
$ gen gitignore:swift --dest ./foo

gitignore:symfony

Generate a .gitignore file for Symfony to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:symfony
$ gen gitignore:symfony --dest ./foo

gitignore:symphonycms

Generate a .gitignore file for SymphonyCMS to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:symphonycms
$ gen gitignore:symphonycms --dest ./foo

gitignore:tex

Generate a .gitignore file for TeX to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:tex
$ gen gitignore:tex --dest ./foo

gitignore:terraform

Generate a .gitignore file for Terraform to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:terraform
$ gen gitignore:terraform --dest ./foo

gitignore:textpattern

Generate a .gitignore file for Textpattern to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:textpattern
$ gen gitignore:textpattern --dest ./foo

gitignore:turbogears2

Generate a .gitignore file for TurboGears2 to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:turbogears2
$ gen gitignore:turbogears2 --dest ./foo

gitignore:typo3

Generate a .gitignore file for Typo3 to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:typo3
$ gen gitignore:typo3 --dest ./foo

gitignore:umbraco

Generate a .gitignore file for Umbraco to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:umbraco
$ gen gitignore:umbraco --dest ./foo

gitignore:unity

Generate a .gitignore file for Unity to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:unity
$ gen gitignore:unity --dest ./foo

gitignore:unrealengine

Generate a .gitignore file for UnrealEngine to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:unrealengine
$ gen gitignore:unrealengine --dest ./foo

gitignore:vvvv

Generate a .gitignore file for VVVV to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:vvvv
$ gen gitignore:vvvv --dest ./foo

gitignore:visualstudio

Generate a .gitignore file for VisualStudio to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:visualstudio
$ gen gitignore:visualstudio --dest ./foo

gitignore:waf

Generate a .gitignore file for Waf to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:waf
$ gen gitignore:waf --dest ./foo

gitignore:wordpress

Generate a .gitignore file for WordPress to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:wordpress
$ gen gitignore:wordpress --dest ./foo

gitignore:xojo

Generate a .gitignore file for Xojo to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:xojo
$ gen gitignore:xojo --dest ./foo

gitignore:yeoman

Generate a .gitignore file for Yeoman to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:yeoman
$ gen gitignore:yeoman --dest ./foo

gitignore:yii

Generate a .gitignore file for Yii to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:yii
$ gen gitignore:yii --dest ./foo

gitignore:zendframework

Generate a .gitignore file for ZendFramework to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:zendframework
$ gen gitignore:zendframework --dest ./foo

gitignore:zephir

Generate a .gitignore file for Zephir to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore:zephir
$ gen gitignore:zephir --dest ./foo

Global gitignore

To use a global .gitignore file, you'll need to first set the core.excludesFile configuration value to point to the .gitignore file you want to use.

You can do this now with the following command:

$ git config --global core.excludesfile '~/.gitignore'

Otherwise all global gitignore files are saved to ~/.gitignore.

Available files

The following global .gitignore files are available.

gitignore:global:anjuta

Generate a .gitignore file for Anjuta to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:anjuta
$ gen gitignore.global:anjuta --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:archives

Generate a .gitignore file for Archives to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:archives
$ gen gitignore.global:archives --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:bazaar

Generate a .gitignore file for Bazaar to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:bazaar
$ gen gitignore.global:bazaar --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:bricxcc

Generate a .gitignore file for BricxCC to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:bricxcc
$ gen gitignore.global:bricxcc --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:cvs

Generate a .gitignore file for CVS to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:cvs
$ gen gitignore.global:cvs --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:calabash

Generate a .gitignore file for Calabash to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:calabash
$ gen gitignore.global:calabash --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:cloud9

Generate a .gitignore file for Cloud9 to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:cloud9
$ gen gitignore.global:cloud9 --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:codekit

Generate a .gitignore file for CodeKit to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:codekit
$ gen gitignore.global:codekit --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:darteditor

Generate a .gitignore file for DartEditor to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:darteditor
$ gen gitignore.global:darteditor --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:dreamweaver

Generate a .gitignore file for Dreamweaver to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:dreamweaver
$ gen gitignore.global:dreamweaver --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:dropbox

Generate a .gitignore file for Dropbox to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:dropbox
$ gen gitignore.global:dropbox --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:eclipse

Generate a .gitignore file for Eclipse to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:eclipse
$ gen gitignore.global:eclipse --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:eiffelstudio

Generate a .gitignore file for EiffelStudio to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:eiffelstudio
$ gen gitignore.global:eiffelstudio --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:emacs

Generate a .gitignore file for Emacs to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:emacs
$ gen gitignore.global:emacs --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:ensime

Generate a .gitignore file for Ensime to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:ensime
$ gen gitignore.global:ensime --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:espresso

Generate a .gitignore file for Espresso to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:espresso
$ gen gitignore.global:espresso --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:flexbuilder

Generate a .gitignore file for FlexBuilder to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:flexbuilder
$ gen gitignore.global:flexbuilder --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:gpg

Generate a .gitignore file for GPG to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:gpg
$ gen gitignore.global:gpg --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:ipythonnotebook

Generate a .gitignore file for IPythonNotebook to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:ipythonnotebook
$ gen gitignore.global:ipythonnotebook --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:jdeveloper

Generate a .gitignore file for JDeveloper to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:jdeveloper
$ gen gitignore.global:jdeveloper --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:jetbrains

Generate a .gitignore file for JetBrains to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:jetbrains
$ gen gitignore.global:jetbrains --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:kdevelop4

Generate a .gitignore file for KDevelop4 to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:kdevelop4
$ gen gitignore.global:kdevelop4 --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:kate

Generate a .gitignore file for Kate to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:kate
$ gen gitignore.global:kate --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:lazarus

Generate a .gitignore file for Lazarus to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:lazarus
$ gen gitignore.global:lazarus --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:libreoffice

Generate a .gitignore file for LibreOffice to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:libreoffice
$ gen gitignore.global:libreoffice --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:linux

Generate a .gitignore file for Linux to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:linux
$ gen gitignore.global:linux --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:lyx

Generate a .gitignore file for LyX to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:lyx
$ gen gitignore.global:lyx --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:matlab

Generate a .gitignore file for Matlab to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:matlab
$ gen gitignore.global:matlab --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:mercurial

Generate a .gitignore file for Mercurial to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:mercurial
$ gen gitignore.global:mercurial --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:microsoftoffice

Generate a .gitignore file for MicrosoftOffice to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:microsoftoffice
$ gen gitignore.global:microsoftoffice --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:modelsim

Generate a .gitignore file for ModelSim to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:modelsim
$ gen gitignore.global:modelsim --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:momentics

Generate a .gitignore file for Momentics to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:momentics
$ gen gitignore.global:momentics --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:monodevelop

Generate a .gitignore file for MonoDevelop to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:monodevelop
$ gen gitignore.global:monodevelop --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:netbeans

Generate a .gitignore file for NetBeans to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:netbeans
$ gen gitignore.global:netbeans --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:ninja

Generate a .gitignore file for Ninja to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:ninja
$ gen gitignore.global:ninja --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:notepadpp

Generate a .gitignore file for NotepadPP to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:notepadpp
$ gen gitignore.global:notepadpp --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:osx

Generate a .gitignore file for OSX to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:osx
$ gen gitignore.global:osx --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:otto

Generate a .gitignore file for Otto to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:otto
$ gen gitignore.global:otto --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:redcar

Generate a .gitignore file for Redcar to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:redcar
$ gen gitignore.global:redcar --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:redis

Generate a .gitignore file for Redis to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:redis
$ gen gitignore.global:redis --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:sbt

Generate a .gitignore file for SBT to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:sbt
$ gen gitignore.global:sbt --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:svn

Generate a .gitignore file for SVN to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:svn
$ gen gitignore.global:svn --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:slickedit

Generate a .gitignore file for SlickEdit to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:slickedit
$ gen gitignore.global:slickedit --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:sublimetext

Generate a .gitignore file for SublimeText to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:sublimetext
$ gen gitignore.global:sublimetext --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:synopsysvcs

Generate a .gitignore file for SynopsysVCS to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:synopsysvcs
$ gen gitignore.global:synopsysvcs --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:tags

Generate a .gitignore file for Tags to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:tags
$ gen gitignore.global:tags --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:textmate

Generate a .gitignore file for TextMate to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:textmate
$ gen gitignore.global:textmate --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:tortoisegit

Generate a .gitignore file for TortoiseGit to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:tortoisegit
$ gen gitignore.global:tortoisegit --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:vagrant

Generate a .gitignore file for Vagrant to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:vagrant
$ gen gitignore.global:vagrant --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:vim

Generate a .gitignore file for Vim to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:vim
$ gen gitignore.global:vim --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:virtualenv

Generate a .gitignore file for VirtualEnv to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:virtualenv
$ gen gitignore.global:virtualenv --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:visualstudiocode

Generate a .gitignore file for VisualStudioCode to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:visualstudiocode
$ gen gitignore.global:visualstudiocode --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:webmethods

Generate a .gitignore file for WebMethods to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:webmethods
$ gen gitignore.global:webmethods --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:windows

Generate a .gitignore file for Windows to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:windows
$ gen gitignore.global:windows --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:xcode

Generate a .gitignore file for Xcode to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:xcode
$ gen gitignore.global:xcode --dest ./foo

gitignore:global:xilinxise

Generate a .gitignore file for XilinxISE to the current working directory.

Example

$ gen gitignore.global:xilinxise
$ gen gitignore.global:xilinxise --dest ./foo

Resources

Next steps

Running unit tests

It's never too early to begin running unit tests. When you're ready to get started, the following command will ensure the project's dependencies are installed then run all of the unit tests:

$ npm install && test

Publishing your generator

If you're tests are passing and you're ready to publish your generator to npm, you can do that now with the following command:

Are you sure you're ready?!

Let's go!

$ npm publish

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Contributing

Pull requests and stars are always welcome. For bugs and feature requests, please create an issue.

Running tests

Install dev dependencies:

$ npm install -d && npm test

Release history

This project follows keep-a-changelog conventions for tracking release history.

key

Changelog entries are categorized using the following labels:

  • added: for new features
  • changed: for changes in existing functionality
  • deprecated: for once-stable features removed in upcoming releases
  • removed: for deprecated features removed in this release
  • fixed: for any bug fixes

0.2.0

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Author

Jon Schlinkert

License

Copyright © 2016, Jon Schlinkert. Released under the MIT license.


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