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* Copyright (C) the libgit2 contributors. All rights reserved.
* This file is part of libgit2, distributed under the GNU GPL v2 with
* a Linking Exception. For full terms see the included COPYING file.
#ifndef INCLUDE_ignore_h__
#define INCLUDE_ignore_h__
#include "repository.h"
#include "vector.h"
#include "attr_file.h"
#define GIT_IGNORE_FILE ".gitignore"
#define GIT_IGNORE_FILE_INREPO "info/exclude"
#define GIT_IGNORE_FILE_XDG "ignore"
/* The git_ignores structure maintains three sets of ignores:
* - internal ignores
* - per directory ignores
* - global ignores (at lower priority than the others)
* As you traverse from one directory to another, you can push and pop
* directories onto git_ignores list efficiently.
typedef struct {
git_repository *repo;
git_buf dir; /* current directory reflected in ign_path */
git_attr_file *ign_internal;
git_vector ign_path;
git_vector ign_global;
size_t dir_root; /* offset in dir to repo root */
int ignore_case;
int depth;
} git_ignores;
extern int git_ignore__for_path(
git_repository *repo, const char *path, git_ignores *ign);
extern int git_ignore__push_dir(git_ignores *ign, const char *dir);
extern int git_ignore__pop_dir(git_ignores *ign);
extern void git_ignore__free(git_ignores *ign);
enum {
extern int git_ignore__lookup(int *out, git_ignores *ign, const char *path, git_dir_flag dir_flag);
/* command line Git sometimes generates an error message if given a
* pathspec that contains an exact match to an ignored file (provided
* --force isn't also given). This makes it easy to check it that has
* happened. Returns GIT_EINVALIDSPEC if the pathspec contains ignored
* exact matches (that are not already present in the index).
extern int git_ignore__check_pathspec_for_exact_ignores(
git_repository *repo, git_vector *pathspec, bool no_fnmatch);