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An Alfred workflow to quickly create a
.gitignore file from templates.
Built with ❤️ and 🦀 by jdno.
The workflow can be started by typing the following keyword into Alfred:
alfred-gitignore is shipped as an unsigned binary, which in
recent versions of macOS this will prompt a warning. Go to
in macOS, click on
Security & Privacy, and allow
alfred-gitignore to run.
When running the workflow for the first time, only an action to update the
templates will be shown. Run this action to download the latest templates from
GitHub. When the download is done, press
Enter to start building a
The worflow shows a list of the currently installed workflows. Select one, and
Enter to add it to the list. Do this for all templates you want to
combine. Then select the
Build action at the top of the list, and wait for the
file to be created.
Once ready, the workflow prompts you to either open the file or copy it to the
clipboard. Select your preferred option and hit
Enter to finish the workflow.
✨ Thanks for your interest in making this workflow better! 👋
Found an bug? Please check the issues to see if a similar problem has already been reported. If so, feel free to add a comment. This helps me understand if the issue is limited to a single user or more widely spread. If there isn't an issue yet, create one and describe the bug in as much detail as possible. Some are really difficult to reproduce, and the more information you add the more likely it is that I can reproduce and fix the problem.
Have an idea you'd like to see in
alfred-gitignore? Open an issue
and propose it! Be precise, but don't invest too much time yet. As the
maintainer of the workflow, I have to decide whether I can support your feature
in the future, and might have to decline it because it'll be too complex or too
Interested in working on
alfred-gitignore? Help fixing bugs is always welcome.
If you want to implement a new feature, please reach out to me first and
request the feature to make sure it is a good fit for the
The project uses pre-commit to configure a wide range of Git pre-commit-hooks. These hooks enforce a clean and consistent code style. The hooks are also run during CI, so it is not absolutely necessary to install them locally. But it is strongly recommended if you plan to do more than just change a few lines.
Clone the repository, open a terminal, and install the pre-commit hooks. These hooks are run when committing code, and enforce a consistent code style.
Then test that Rust is working correctly by building the project:
Implement your changes to
alfred-gitignore, and make sure to write tests for
them as well. Run Rustfmt and
Clippy and fix any issues they bring
up. When you're done, push your work in a new branch and open a
Please follow a few guidelines when working on
alfred-gitignore. As the
maintainer, I am responsible for your code once it is merged, and that is only
possible when it is clean code.
- Write tests for your code.
- Document public interfaces.
- Follow the coding style (
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- Apache License, Version 2.0 (LICENSE-APACHE or http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0)
- MIT license (LICENSE-MIT or http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT)
at your option.
Unless you explicitly state otherwise, any contribution intentionally submitted for inclusion in the work by you, as defined in the Apache-2.0 license, shall be dual licensed as above, without any additional terms or conditions.