yelsonbad

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  1. Thank you so much for your help. Do you know the proper syntax for ignoring .git repositories that appear in subdirectories of my root sync folder? .git repositories are subdirectories themselves. So their structure is: root/subdirectory/.git/* I've tried (all in the .SyncIgnore in the ROOT directory auto-generated by BTSync): .git .git/ .git/* *.git *.git/ *.git/* subdir/.git subdir/.git/* /subdir/.git /subdir/.git/* */.git */.git/* But .git is still syncing.
  2. I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong, but it seems .SyncIgnore is being ignored by my client. I created a subdirectory called TEST in a folder that I'm currently syncing between multiple computers. I created a file called .SyncIgnore in that subdirectory and wrote just one line of text, which read: test.txt I then created a file called "test.txt" in my TEST folder. So here's what my directory looks like: .SyncIgnore (with one line reading test.txt) test.txt Test.txt synced with my other machines. I also tried numerous variations on this theme (placing .SyncIgnore in the root of my sync folder and trying to ignore TEST/test.txt, etc.), as well as every wildcard combination I could think of. I'm running BTSync v 1.1.42 on all my machines. What am I doing wrong?