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#1008 in Command line utilities
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gignore is a command line tool to help you easily create
.gitignore files for your projects, so you can stop uploading dependencies and irrelevant files to your remotes.
The gitignore templates are extracted in real time from https://github.com/github/gitignore, a collection of useful gitignore templates maintained by GitHub.
To install this tool, you will need to have Cargo, the Rust package manager, version >= 1.54.0 installed. Once you have it, you can simply run
cargo install gignore.
To get started, you can run
gignore ls to check all the available language and technologies for gitignore templates.
You can then create a template for you by running
gignore new <language>, with your favorite language or technology.