How to ignore local changes to configuration files in git
12 January 2022 83 views | Tech notes
When developing a project you need to be able to run it in order to test it. But you don't want local changes to the configuration files to be committed. Most 'solutions' to this problem suggest untracking (removing) it from the repository. But if you want to keep the file in your project, then use:
git update-index --skip-worktree filenameOrPath
This keeps the file in the respository, but lets you change your local copy freely without including changes in commits.
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