On Saturday, September 21, 2013 5:20:12 PM UTC+3, Philip Oakley wrote:
>  In some case the use of the .gitignore to identify which types of files 
> are not relevant is better.

This is not the case.

> That said, git does not (yet) have any mechanism for marking files as 
> 'precious' but untracked. It takes the view that precious files should be 
> tracked....

It already has a mechanism for marking files similarly. It luck a mechanism 
of listing such files. Anyway and for any use case there should be a 
convinient way to get a list of files marked by some special bit.

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