Has there been any change on this topic/feature? This seems to be the most recent posting/documentation on this topic.
I was one of the ones originally asking for .git files not to be ignored; at the time, I was a relative newbie in my usage of git.
Since then, I have been using git a lot more and have gotten more comfortable with git workflow, and also still using odrive, but keeping them strictly separate. I found that syncing is much faster and trouble free by just pushing/pulling to/from a remote repository.
Now I am experimenting with git annex, to try and help organize the files that are across my different cloud providers, and running into this problem again – syncing the .git directories is slow because there are so many files, and am afraid it’s going to cause errors in the repo.
Do we now have a way to toggle which files we can ignore for syncing purposes? I would rather not sync .git for now, but I can see where one might want them to be included, so it seems better to allow this to be toggled by the user vs. hardcoded in the program.
I notice there is a .odrive file in the root of my odrive folder which seems to be in JSON format; is there some way something like this can be used to toggle options like that?
Thank you very much, Cheers,