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Ignoring Files


The file /var/lib/cvs/CVSROOT/cvsignore can be created to list patterns of filenames to ignore for all users. Individual users can place their additions in /home/kayon/.cvsignore. The environment variable CVSIGNORE can also be used. An example to ignore many of the temporary files created by LATEX is:



  *.glo
  *.idx
  *.toc
  *.ilg
  *.ind
  *.pyc
  *.log
  *.aux
  *.out
  *.pdf
  *.cut
  .thumbnails
  tmp_*.png


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