A cli program to easily handle .gitignore files
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README.md

gitig - Simple gitignore management

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gitig helps you to manage your .gitignore files more easily.

When starting a new project, gitig will be there for you to download an example gitignore file for your project from GitHub. Check gitig list-templates to find all available templates and download it with gitig get {template}.

During the project there will be always some files, which need to be ignored. Don't waste time with opening .gitignore in your editor and add a line there, just gitig add {file} and you're done. When ignoring concrete files, your shell will be there for you to complete the full filename.

For more info check the help with gitig help