.voloignore for per-package removal #153

phated opened this Issue Apr 9, 2013 · 6 comments


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phated commented Apr 9, 2013

Would be nice for projects to specify their own ignored directories and files, could this easily be done with a .voloignore file?

jdalton commented Apr 9, 2013

Or via something like an ignore property of the volo object in the package.json similar to the ignore key in the bower.json file.


jrburke commented Apr 21, 2013

I prefer a volo package.json property, putting this in for the next release.


jrburke commented Jun 4, 2013

Fixed in 347b792

Did some work on a plane and did not have access to github issues area, so could not mention the fix number in the commit. Documentation here:


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jdalton commented Jun 4, 2013

Will this allow wildcard matches like "*.custom.*" or ".*" or "*.md"?


jrburke commented Jun 5, 2013

It currently does not, but it could. Is it useful to do so? My impression was that it was more about removing things from the top level, like tests. But I am also assuming a particular style of repo layout.

jdalton commented Jun 5, 2013

It's how normal .ignore and .npmigore and the bower.json "ignore" entry work I believe.

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