That's why I also tend to ignore files in .gitignore_global so if I forget to do it from the .gitignore of the project I can avoid things like this.
I just don't understand why it's such a big deal to actually look at what is being committed before doing it
Too many people do some sort of git add . && git commit -m "progress" && git push blind commits and it baffles me how they feel comfortable doing it.
git add . && git commit -m "progress" && git push
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