Sorry for spamming the whole group with this question, but I've run
into a git problem that is driving me absolutely insane.

I'm using a git repository for a symfony project I'm developing.  I'd
like to use .gitignore to have git ignore cache, config, log files,
etc.  But I find that using a .gitignore in the repository directory
produces EXTREMELY erratic results.  Git fails to ignore most file I
include in .gitignore, but it does ignore some, and I can't find a
pattern in the files it ignores and fails to ignore.

I'm running git on Windows.

Any advice would be VERY much appreciated.
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