GIT: It Is Never Too Late to Ignore Files

I commonly see Git projects bloated with files and folders that should have been ignored and are now using valuable space in the repository. These files are usually auto-generated data from the IDE or the software used, such as the infamous .vs folder from Visual Studio or Unity’s Temp folder.

Auto-generated files are usually dependent on the environment (installed API and OS, for instance)…

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I'm a Brazilian teacher currently working at Saxion University (Enschede, NL) for CMGT. I write every day for education, programming, and as a hobby. [@yvensre]

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Yvens Serpa

Yvens Serpa

I'm a Brazilian teacher currently working at Saxion University (Enschede, NL) for CMGT. I write every day for education, programming, and as a hobby. [@yvensre]

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