Tip #61 | .gitignore for AL projects

The Business Central Community loves Git, but GitHub does not seem to even know we exist. It recognises our projects as perl projects and there is no suggestion for a .gitignore file.

Why .gitignore?

It’s generally considered best practice to use Git for managing uncompiled code, but not to store the result of a project, nor it’s dependencies.

Also, settings that may vary from…

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Tip #61 | .gitignore for AL projects

The Business Central Community loves Git, but GitHub does not seem to even know we exist. It recognises our projects as perl projects and there is no suggestion for a .gitignore file. Why .gitignore? It’s generally considered best practice to use Git for managing uncompiled code, but not to store the result of a project,…

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Author: Marije Brummel

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