2013/3/5 David Aguilar <dav...@gmail.com>:
> On Mon, Mar 4, 2013 at 7:47 AM, Jari Pennanen <jari.penna...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> 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.
> How about .git/info/exclude in the 2nd GIT_DIR?  Would that help?

The second GIT_DIR must not use the .gitignore files of the first
GIT_DIR, so it does not help.

Only way to skip the .gitignore files in git-add is to use "git add -f
." but that skips all excludes, including the .git/info/exclude. I
need to skip .gitignore files used by the other GIT_DIR and still have
some of ignore rules, IMO this is not possible at the moment.
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