#114 Work better with git/gitignore
Opened 9 years ago by dledford. Modified 2 years ago

When adding a new source file to a repo, rpkg updates .gitignore to ignore the tarball name. It would be nice if it also added an entry to ignore the tarball's top level directory so that a make prep does not cause a huge number of untracked files to show up in git status or git gui.


This is similar to #355, but .gitignore is the right place to ignore the directory name.

The top level directory should be directory extracted from tarball. For example, tar xvf ed-1.14.2.tar.xz will generate directory ed-1.14.2.

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This issue has been unresolved for more than a year, and is going to be closed within a week if no further action is taken. If you feel this is in error, please contact me.
This is a cleaning process suggested by Jay Greguske. Copy of this ticket was already closed in JIRA tracker.

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I feel so.

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