On Oct 25, 11:24 pm, kj <kyn...@gmail.com> wrote: > There are some files that I want to keep under local git control, but > never > push to any remote repositories. > > What's the best way to implement this idea with git? > > The best solution I can think of is to put these files in some > git-controlled directory that is not below the "main" working > directory, and > have an (ignored) symlink to it in this working directory. > > Is there a better way? I'm not sure but submodules look like another possible candidate: you have a separate repo for your files which is linked to your main one, and you ever push only your main repo. See .
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