Every time I create a new Git repo, I always have to go look for a previous copy of my .gitignore file. I thought it would be a great idea to just post it up for all to find, in case they were looking for it. This particular file is built around Visual Studio projects.
# Ignore file for Visual Studio # use glob syntax syntax: glob # Ignore Config files with keys and passwords #ServiceConfiguration*.cscfg #Web*.config #App*.config # Ignore Visual Studio files *.obj #*.exe #*.pdb *.user *.aps *.pch *.vspscc *.vshost.* *_i.c *_p.c *.ncb *.suo *.tlb *.tlh *.bak *.cache *.ilk *.log *.lib *.sbr *.scc *.orig UpgradeLog*.* UpgradeReport*.* [Bb]in [Dd]ebug*/ obj/ [Rr]elease*/ _ReSharper*/ [Tt]est[Rr]esult* [Bb]uild[Ll]og.* *.[Pp]ublish.xml glob:*.vs10x *.ReSharper [Pp]ublish [Rr]eleaseFiles [Cc]sx/ [Bb]ackup1/ [Pp]ackages/ # Mac Files .DS_Store *.DS_Store ._*