git ls-files --ignored and ignored directory

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git ls-files --ignored and ignored directory

Damien Robert
I would like to use git ls-files to show all the ignored files, including
directory.

As an example of setup:

mkdir /tmp/git && cd /tmp/git
git init
mkdir a b
touch a/a
touch b/b
cat >.gitignore << EOF
a/
b/*
EOF

Then if I do:
$ git ls-files --exclude-standard --ignored --others
b/b
$ git ls-files --exclude-standard --ignored --others --directory
a/

In the first case I was expecting
a/a
b/b
and in the second case
a/
b/

Is there a way to get the behavior I'd like? Thanks!

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Re: git ls-files --ignored and ignored directory

Damien Robert
Damien Robert  wrote in message <k7bus9$o9t$[hidden email]>:
> I would like to use git ls-files to show all the ignored files, including
> directory.
> Is there a way to get the behavior I'd like? Thanks!

I forgot to add that this is with version 1.8.0, I haven't tried with
current master.

$ git --version
git version 1.8.0

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