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I use OS X as a development environment for my home projects – and yes, I have made better decisions in my life so lets not get too caught up on that one – so there are many fun times when it comes to programming, to stop the frustration I use the command line to do fancy easy stuff everyday things you can do without programs to ruin it.

The benefits are two-fold:

  1. It works. SometimesApple programs feel the need to run the show, and that is frustrating on so many levels.
  2. It makes me feel cool, like I know what I am doing. I am still not overly comfortable with command line, but we’re becoming good friends.

To setup the ignore files for a git repository just jump into the command line in the new symfony project. I use nano because it comes on OS X, but you can use VI, if you are a command-line warrior.

[bash]sudo nano .gitignore[/bash]

[bash]# GIT IGNORE

# Ignore all .DS_Store files that appear

# Ignore log files that appear

# Ignore all directories and files in cache


As you can see by the last bit, I use NetBeans as an IDE. So far I am enjoying it.

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