Thanks John! Good ideas, and no, nothing is too obvious for me! --Geoff On Thursday, November 2, 2017 at 12:56:14 PM UTC-4, johnbclements wrote: > > > One solution is to use a .gitignore. I have a convention that files ending > with ‘private.rkt’ don’t go in the repo. > > Alternatively, you could have a single directory—a private repo, or not a > repo at all—that’s linked as a package, containing a collection called > ‘private’ or whatever you like, and then require them by using paths like > (require private/dbaccess) > > Apologies if these were all too obvious for you! :) > > John >
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