Quick Tip: Hiding local files in Git, just for you
The more you code, the more you have tools that help you work quick.
Using those deterministically in open-source can be challenging.
You want to write a small PR, but first, lets install the correct version of pnpm (checks lock file). Ok, now NodeJS to. I use asdf for these (thanks Paul for the hook up), but not everyone does, I'll just put
.tool-versions in the
If this continues you have a huge
.gitignore for peoples specific tools, or a bunch of meaningless top level files. In open source projects, you probably want a lighter touch.
Queue the much underutilized
This file is your own personal
.gitignore, I recommend reading the docs (a little). But basically use this when necessary to exclude your own local files.