On Sun, 3 Mar 2013 10:06:40 -0800 (PST)
Jari Pennanen <cian...@oksidi.com> wrote:

> Anyhow, the problem is with the second repository ".gitsync", it also
> uses the ".gitignore" files from my project's version control
> (the .git dir), and I don't want to use those in syncing / backup.
> Ideally ".gitignore" filename should be configurable, e.g. in this
> case ".gitsyncignore" or something.
> I assume this is not doable, but could that be considered for future?

I think *exactly* what you want is not currently doable
(what core.excludesfile specifies has lower priority than
the .gitignore file) but what is your *specific* problem?

I mean, what exact git commands you need to run which are affected by
the project's .gitignore but you don't want them to?
The idea is that certain commands can be individually instructed to
deal with ignored files in some other way (like `git add -f` will add
ignored files).

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