Unfortunately, this has happened to the best of us at some point, amirite?!
Inspired by this monstrosity, I decided to do some investigation!
Here is how to create a global
.gitignore file to define a list of rules for ignoring files in every single Git repository on your computer…
echo node_modules >> ~/.gitignore_global
echo .DS_Store >> ~/.gitignore_global
echo .vscode >> ~/.gitignore_global
git config --global core.excludesfile ~/.gitignore_global
For more handy git tips: RTFM 😉
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