Subject: Re: [boost] [git] An ignore file for the top-level repository?
From: Jürgen Hunold (jhunold_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-01-07 08:26:16
On Tuesday, 7. January 2014 06:36:28 Daryle Walker wrote:
> I cloned a copy of the git version of the top-level Boost repository, which
> recursively added the individual libraries. The directions added two
> commands to run boot-strapping and build scripts. I had to set up an
> ".gitignore" file so the GUI GitHub app won't complain about those
> synthesized files. Shouldn't there already be an ignore file there that
> does this? (You only list the top-level files & directories; nested files
> automatically get ignored too.) I couldn't sync (i.e. upload) the
> ignore-file since I don't have write access for the top-level repository.
I've already created a pull request for this
> So I'll get a conflict once someone does add an ignore file for everyone?
Yes, you get a merge conflict (or a clean merge) if you committed it locally.
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