#2 Remove __pycache__ from git and add .gitignore
Closed 5 years ago Opened 5 years ago by bookwar.

pycache stores temporary files created when execution of the python code is triggered.
It is not meant to be distributed, thus there is no reason to commit it to git

You can create .gitignore with __pycache__ and *.pyclisted there, so you don't commit them again by mistake.


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5 years ago

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