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Old 01-16-2018, 12:11 AM
 
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Hey guys! Can anyone post a good .gitignore file please? I tried to search but didn't find it. Thank you
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Why do you need a .gitignore file?
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Weird question. I want to keep my source files in GIT and run deploy automatically using `git pull` for example
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The recommended way for installing updates (even for custom modules) is the built-in upgrade function.

You can store your custom files in a git repository, but you should know that `git pull` is not enough for performing automatic updates - you have to drop the cached & compiled files from a few subdirectories in var/run and start the redeploy function that would recreate these files from your update.

As for a "good" .gitignore file - it depends on your server setup and the software/IDE that you use.
Most likely you don't need files from the "var" directory, server logs and configuration files from the "etc" directory.
"files/service" and "files/attachments" are the other directories to consider for including into the ignore file.
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Does the built in upgrade function cover tracking modifications to css files and template files?


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The recommended way for installing updates (even for custom modules) is the built-in upgrade function.

You can store your custom files in a git repository, but you should know that `git pull` is not enough for performing automatic updates - you have to drop the cached & compiled files from a few subdirectories in var/run and start the redeploy function that would recreate these files from your update.

As for a "good" .gitignore file - it depends on your server setup and the software/IDE that you use.
Most likely you don't need files from the "var" directory, server logs and configuration files from the "etc" directory.
"files/service" and "files/attachments" are the other directories to consider for including into the ignore file.
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