[PATCH 0/2] gitignore and string.h updates for GPGME
W. Trevor King
wking at drexel.edu
Fri Apr 13 16:35:33 CEST 2012
On Fri, Apr 13, 2012 at 10:17:37AM +0200, Werner Koch wrote:
> The backticks are a nice idea, but $(git status) is more POSIXly ;-).
Alright. I mostly use the backticks because it's also Markdown. I'm
fine with $($()) though ;).
> .gitignore is nothing really important and will even not be distributed
> in a tarball. Thus I would not mention them at all in the ChangeLog.
> I also prefer to have just one .gitignore in the top directory. The
> reason why you need the new items is that you don't do a VPATH build.
That's a good reason. I was mostly responding to "top-level gitignore
considered harmful" , but with the limited number of files in the
GPGME repo, I don't expect Git efficiency to become an issue. I'll
send over a single-gitignore version of that patch (off list), once I
write it up.
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