I always create new projects and until now I used DOOM emacs for creating my
DOOM emacs (a distribution of emacs) has this nice built-in feature that if you
create a new
.gitignore file with it, there would be a few suggestions that would show up
on things that it can put in there for you, but there are 2 main problems with that:
- Currently these are just simple and small gitignores, but I prefer a massive file that I could just generate once, and then generally just forget about.
- It takes time for me to open up DOOM emacs, go to my project's directory, create a new
.gitignorefile, save and quit, push the changes, and then finally commit them.
That's why I created supergitignore, you just run it, and it generates a massive gitignore file for you with all the common stuff that you'll need already in it.
I also decided to publish it here, so that other people like you can enjoy this as well. So have fun :)
To install supergitignore, run the
cargo install supergitignore command in your terminal (you need cargo installed for this)
To run it, simply run the
supergitignore command in your project's directory, and everything should work!