I'd appreciate if someone could confirm that this is a bug in git, as this works
as expected with git 1.8.5.2.

I'm not sure if this 1.7.X is still supported, but I think it's still
the latest git-core available
in Ubuntu 12.04 repositories.

I'm having problems with git ls-files --others --ignored
--exclude-standard not listing some ignored files.

My project has this directory structure

.
├── aspnet
│   ├── .gitignore
│   ├── __init__.py
│   ├── lib
│   │   ├── <lots of big stuff>

My aspnet/.gitignore lists lib/*, and git add aspnet/lib/foo reports
that this path is ignored.

But git ls-files --others --ignored --exclude-standard does not list
the files under lib. These are untracked files, they do show up in
output if I do git ls-files --others, but not if I provide the ignored
flag.

With 1.8.5.2, all of the files under lib are listed if I ls-files
--ignored --others --exclude-standard

Tracks http://stackoverflow.com/questions/24620108/show-all-ignored-files-in-git

Thanks,
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