How to tell git to ignore files
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You can put shell-style globs (e.g. *.o) in either .git/info/exclude or .gitignore.
.git/info/exclude is local to your repository only, and not shared by others who might fetch from your repository.
.gitignore is more commonly used, as it can be checked into the repository and thereby automatically shared with all users of the project.
From the gitfaq.
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$ git ls-files -o --exclude-standard >> .gitignore
$ $EDITOR .gitignore
By the way here here's a screencast for how to set up Git for use on Ruby on Rails projects.
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