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Tue, 12 May 2009 18:16:19 -0700
I do not understand the .gitignore in the git repo. It says
I have to think I am missing out on some multi-arch./build
magic. I WAS following the build process in dist/make-dist-files.
NOW I have tried variations of "mkdir linux; cd linux;
../src/configure; ..." but nothing looks close to working.
So what's .gitignore about? There have been no .cvsignore files in
the project so far, but that was a pain for Newbie. The gitignore(5)
man. page suggests I can keep my idiosyncratic patterns for "auxiliary
files that live inside the repository but are specific to one user's
workflow" out of a .gitignore in the distribution.
So I am hoping to see at least one .gitignore, and understand it.
BTW, I already have
in my .gitignore (patterns common to src/ and doc/), and
src/.gitignore and doc/.gitignore files too. They clean up my `git
status' when I build right in the git working directory. Maybe I
should be building somewhere else, like linux/?
- [MIT-Scheme-devel] .gitignore,
Matt Birkholz <=