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Is there a way to make Filezilla read the settings i added to .gitignore file and then do the same? (ignore the files specified in the gitignore file)

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Like this? superuser.com/questions/13733/… – random Apr 28 '12 at 23:23
    
yes but i dont want to redo it, i want it to read the .gitignore files and understand what the file is saying – Adonis K. Apr 29 '12 at 1:39
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No. Filezilla does not read the contents of files, nor does it act upon them. But have no fear, there are still a couple of things you can do:

  1. Add FileZilla directory file name filters that will mimic your ignored files
  2. FileZilla is an open source product. You can add a feature that will read the .gitignore file and act upon it. Don't forget to share the code with the rest of us when you're done! :)
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