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Configuration of git.ignore file

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Configuration of git.ignore file

Hello,

Me and my team are facing some issues regarding git.ignore, some of the files .bak and tcCfgExtender are NOT all of them ignored , my ignore config is as below, do you spot any issues with it ?


 

 

 

# edited with the help of
# https://support.smartbear.com/testcomplete/docs/working-with/managing-projects/files.html

# images populated when running tests
*.png

# enable to still track png files under this repo
!*AutoUAP/Stores/Regions*

# side objects populated , bak file is used by TC to know what changes can be undone
*.js.bak 
*.dat
*.bak

#TestComplete project file.
#.mds

# TestComplete project suite file.
#.pjs

#Helper file that holds references to configuration files when the project or project suite is used in shared mode.
*.tcNET

#File holding tester-specific settings for the project suite.
*.tcCfgExtender

# File holding the tester-specific settings for project or project suite.
# *.tcLS

# File containing data about test result logs.
Log/
*.tcLogs
#*.tcLogs	
#*.tcLog
#*.mds.tcLogs

# These files are used by Test Visualizer.
Visualizer/
#*.tcVis

# events objects
*.tlb
#*.tcax.tlb

 

 

 

 

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Re: Configuration of git.ignore file

Hi,

 

This seems to be quite strange. Are you sure that you refer to the .gitignore that is actually used? Perhaps, some other file is used.

 

Just in case, you can create a new project and a new local repository for it. And, check how it works.The default .gitignore should contain .tcCfgExtender extension. 

Regards,
Yuriy Peshekhonov
Customer Care Engineer

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Community Leader

Re: Configuration of git.ignore file

You write to ignore them so it's normal.

I don't understand your issue ?

Un sourire et ça repart

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Occasional Contributor

Re: Configuration of git.ignore file

Hello Benoit, 

I re-edited my question, they are NOT ignored actually 🙂 

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Re: Configuration of git.ignore file

Hi,

 

This seems to be quite strange. Are you sure that you refer to the .gitignore that is actually used? Perhaps, some other file is used.

 

Just in case, you can create a new project and a new local repository for it. And, check how it works.The default .gitignore should contain .tcCfgExtender extension. 

Regards,
Yuriy Peshekhonov
Customer Care Engineer

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Re: Configuration of git.ignore file

Thank you for advice Yuri!

@dicas does this help?


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