[PATCH] hgignore: ignore the PyCharm workspace folder

Angel Ezquerra angel.ezquerra at gmail.com
Mon Oct 13 07:59:08 CDT 2014


El 13/10/2014 14:14, "Mads Kiilerich" <mads at kiilerich.com> escribió:
>
> On 10/13/2014 11:48 AM, Angel Ezquerra wrote:
>>
>> # HG changeset patch
>> # User Angel Ezquerra <angel.ezquerra at gmail.com>
>> # Date 1413193564 -7200
>> #      Mon Oct 13 11:46:04 2014 +0200
>> # Node ID a175222b250090e80a6047979451bfdbaf04267c
>> # Parent  76a648d782cfadf1dac3dbc194a8ffc74c385cb5
>> hgignore: ignore the PyCharm workspace folder
>>
>> diff -r 76a648d782cf -r a175222b2500 .hgignore
>> --- a/.hgignore Tue Sep 02 09:01:47 2014 +0200
>> +++ b/.hgignore Mon Oct 13 11:46:04 2014 +0200
>> @@ -42,6 +42,7 @@
>>   .DS_Store
>>   tags
>>   cscope.*
>> +.idea/*
>>   i18n/hg.pot
>>   locale/*/LC_MESSAGES/hg.mo
>>   hgext/__index__.py
>
>
> It doesn't work at scale to add ignore patterns for every single IDE out
there. Especially not partly proprietary ones. Wouldn't it be better if
pycharm users put this in their ui.ignore file?
>
> /Mads
>

I see your point but the reality is that there are not that many Python
IDEs with a large user base. I could name 4 or 5 IDEs that are really
popular. If we include some popular text editors the list could maybe be
extended to about a dozen. Would adding that many extra lines to
mercurial's hgignore file be a problem, considering that they would be
added on a case by case basis (i.e. when someone sent a patch such as this
one)?

Anyway, I can see your point. I'd prefer having this in, but if you guys
don't feel the same that would be ok too.

Cheers,

Angel
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