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    Practical Git: Remove all unnecessary git tracking with a global .gitignore file


    If you regularly use code editors, GUI tools or other programs that automatically create files and folders, you may want to set up a global .gitignore file which will apply to every repo on your machine. In this lesson, we show how to do that by creating a .gitignore_global file with the dotfiles in our ~/ root directory, and then link it to all git repos using our global .gitconfig.