> From: Konstantin Khomoutov <flatw...@users.sourceforge.net>
> > 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 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?

That is strange...  I would expect that there is an environment
variable or Git configuration that tells what name is the ".gitignore"
file in a directory.  As you can see, there is an environment variable
that tells what the ".git" directory name is (GIT_DIR).


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