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Do you ever set up a project too small to justify using any real framework and you end up creating .gitignore by hand and typing 'node_modules' in it like a caveman?

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    Yes.

    But not my own. another idiot created a python project, and pushed to master, not only the packagr cache, but his .idea directory, and his ._dsstore.db files.

    I had to pull the ol '- "I'm gonna get the axe, you get the shoval, and the tarp" on his ass.
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    Usually I start all projects with adding gitignore and adding / commiting that as initial gitignore.

    It usually avoids a lot of migraine later.
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    I wish I had. All my projects start with frameworks I don't know half the content of but it makes my things work, so...
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