On 10/03/2014 21:33, Chuck wrote:

> Putting .gitignore inside the file itself doesn't negate it's behavior.
> Just seems like something that should be built in because a) no one
> wants to see this listed as an untracked file and b) no one wants this
> included in their actual project repository.

Ah, I do! I want to add files/wild-cards to .gitignore and help simplify
matters for my fellow developers - and I hope that they'll do the same
for me.

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