On 31/01/2013 3:17 AM, Junio C Hamano wrote:
Jason Wenger <jcwen...@gmail.com> writes:

Trying to start up discussion of whether there would be merit to a "half-
ignored" state -- Files which are excluded from tracking, but which still
show in git status, and which are removed by git clean.
I see no merit for "ignored and never to be tracked, but are still
shown loudly in the untracked list" myself.  Use cases for "ignored
and never to be tracked, but not expendable" class were mentioned
often in the past, though.

A new state seems over the top.

Jason, would adding a parameter to "git status" telling it to ignore all .gitignores give you what you need?

Regards, Ben

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