Git files should be managed

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Git files should be managed

Hi ,I'm using talend open studio for data integration.

Im using git. and Im wondering which files should be managed and which ignored. 

There are many files and some files change only when I open those.

I think process/*.item is the most important. 

Here is a dir reslt :

2019/03/11  14:56    <DIR>          .git
2019/03/11  13:32    <DIR>          .settings
2019/03/11  13:32    <DIR>          businessProcess
2019/03/11  13:40    <DIR>          businessProcessSVG
2019/03/11  13:40    <DIR>          code
2019/03/11  13:40    <DIR>          components
2019/03/11  13:36    <DIR>          context
2019/03/11  13:32    <DIR>          documentations
2019/03/11  13:40    <DIR>          images
2019/03/11  13:40    <DIR>          metadata
2019/03/11  13:47    <DIR>          poms
2019/03/11  13:35    <DIR>          process
2019/03/11  13:32    <DIR>          sqlPatterns

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Re: Git files should be managed

poms/ are auto generated ? so i shouldn't mange them in GIT ?
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Re: Git files should be managed

Hello,

We have replied to your another topic:https://community.talend.com/t5/Design-and-Development/Git-files-should-be-managed/m-p/154691#M94580.

Please stick to one topic so that we can pay individule attention to it.

Best regards

Sabrina

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Re: Git files should be managed

these are not same questions.

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