2013/3/4 Matthieu Moy <matthieu....@grenoble-inp.fr>:
> There is already core.excludesfile, which does not replace the usual
> .gitignore but comes in addition. The common use is a user-wide ignore
> file, not a per-directory one.

I'm actually aware of that. Problem is the normal .gitignore files
must *not* be used in the second GIT_DIR at all, in my case it's for
syncing so I need to sync almost all files (including stuff inside
.gitignore), though I'd still like to retain some ignore files for
second GIT_DIR, e.g. like in rsync the .rsync-filter file.
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