[Bug 239048] Re: apache2 conf.d and sites-enabled oops

Stefan Fritsch sf at sfritsch.de
Tue Aug 26 19:49:27 BST 2008

Most current version control systems (like SVN, git, hg) use files or
dirs starting with a dot to store their data. These files are already
ignored. The same is true for RCS because the filenames contain a comma.
CVS is the only VCS I know that does not use special chars in its file
name. We could probably add a special case for CVS.

The exact list of files that are ignored is documented in README.Debian.

apache2 conf.d and sites-enabled oops
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