> So how do you pass them? By modifying the GStrv in the projects structure?

@elextr The plugin doesn't pass them at all - it's all done by Geany. Users 
enter the patterns into Project->File Patterns and if Project is selected in 
the FIF dialog, Geany uses them. It happens the same way even if the 
ProjectOrganizer plugin isn't installed, nothing done on the plugin side 
related to this.

@codebrainz Adding stuff directly to the dialog isn't a good idea - it would 
stay there because Geany remembers what you enter there and on every project 
open you'd add more and more stuff (yes, you could parse the contents of "Extra 
options" and remove what you added but there's a danger you'd remove something 
what the user entered manually).

So yes, one option is to add some API to Geany to support this but maybe even 
better is to add an entry with excluded patterns directly to Geany's Project 
dialog plus the "enable" checkbox as you suggest. And I guess many people would 
like to see it in the FIF dialog too.

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