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Pruner should check for excluded files without considering to output_dir #1313
When a pattern excluded from pruning is contained in the
Steps to reproduce
When checking whether a file is excluded from pruning, the
I believe the behavior you're witnessing is normal. As per Nanoc manual:
Now I would acknowledge there's an ambiguity in Nanoc's wording.
The current behavior makes it
In any case, the exclusion logic is implemented in terms of `String#include? so it's definitely loose and can't achieve what you're asking.
Finally, given your additional example of having
Right, but given that the exclude patterns are checked against each path component I cannot achieve that either.
From my point of view it should only exclude
Not possible, as each path component is checked against a pattern. What you suggested never is a component. For
I remember a discussion we had earlier that I would prefer pruning to use globs. It allows for fine-grained control, is rather standard, but I do still believe these globs should be checked against paths below