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Make Website able to ignore files/dirs on push/pull #27

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robert-bor opened this Issue May 5, 2013 · 1 comment

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robert-bor commented May 5, 2013

Pushing and pulling has consequences for the files that already exist in the target folder, yet do not exist in the source folder -- they get deleted.

However, if this folder happens to be your project folder, this is undesirable.

Also, files in the source directory which are marked as .gitignore, are not feasible candidates for syncing, so they must be skipped.

Hook into the .gitignore principle, enable it by default and allow it to be turned off.

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Simplified the concept to prevent gitteritus. You can now pass a list of filters, files or directories that can be ignored when pushing or pulling

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robert-bor commented May 10, 2013

Simplified the concept to prevent gitteritus. You can now pass a list of filters, files or directories that can be ignored when pushing or pulling

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