.bzrignore -> .bzrmeta/ignore
maxb at f2s.com
Thu Dec 3 14:44:49 GMT 2009
Ben Finney wrote:
> Robert Collins writes:
>> You end up with two ignore files, probably the same rules in both
> Far worse is the likelihood that multiple locations for the same
> information will get out of sync. You will then have different programs
> getting different sets of ignore rules when reading the same branch.
> This is what the “Don't Repeat Yourself (DRY)” principle is designed to
> avoid <URL:http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?DontRepeatYourself>.
Amen to that. Would it be so terrible to keep .bzrignore as a legacy
special case forever (and never implement .bzrmeta/ignore)?
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