Hello,

I don't know of any method built into git, but how about denying commits
that modify the .gitignore file(s)? This way your hook must only check if
the commit has modifications to any files called .gitignore.

Cheers,
Gergely


On 31 January 2014 08:25, Philipp Kraus <philipp.kr...@flashpixx.de> wrote:

> Hello,
>
> can I define on my server repository, that the ignored file patterns are
> hard defined. My problem is, that each use can modify the gitignore, but I
> get with this modification
> files into the server repo, which should not be there, so I would like to
> define in the server (bare) repo files patterns, which should be never
> pushed into the repo. I would like to do this with a hook, check the pushed
> filelist and reject the push, if some filepattern is found
>
> Is this the correct way or is there a better solution?
>
> Philipp
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