Ignore • GitHub & Git Foundations

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Storing source code in Git is straightforward, and fortunately, so is suppressing the tracking of files. Many projects have a group of files, whether they be build output, IDE configuration, or application logs, that simply don't belong in the version control history. In this episode, we'll show you how to use .gitconfig files to suppress tracking of files and folders using both the command line and the GitHub web flow.

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