.gitignore with `/*` to check $HOME into Git

Sean Whitton spw+lists at sdf.org
Fri Oct 18 11:10:17 CEST 2013


I think the main risk here is that you could fail to realise what your
git commands are doing and accidentally wipe stuff out of your home
directory, which would suck.  I seem to remember Torvalds, or some git
documentation, expicitly saying not to have a git repo in your ~.

Perhaps the most popular solution among people on this list to do
something like what you want is to use RichiH's vcsh script coupled with
mr: <https://github.com/RichiH/vcsh> and <http://joeyh.name/code/mr/>.


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