On 10/03/2014 21:20, rhugga wrote:
> So .gitignore is used to hide certain file types which is great. But how
> do you have it ignore the file itself?
> I put .gitignore in the file itself and that works but seems more like a
> work around than as intended.

Why would you want to ignore .gitignore? Surely, as you add more entries
to the file you want those changes to be committed and made available to

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