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Gitignored File Excluder

Sublime plugin that excludes from your Sublime project any files ignored by git

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sublime-gitignorer

Sublime plugin that excludes from your Sublime project any files ignored by git.

Created as a solution to http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18482976/tell-sublime-text-to-ignore-everything-in-gitignore

Usage instructions:

  • Install the plugin via Package Control by following these steps:
    • Press CTRL+SHIFT+P (CMD+SHIFT+P on Mac)
    • Select “Install Package”
    • Search for the Gitignored File Excluder and press Enter.
  • sublime-gitignorer will regularly check all your open folders for files that are ignored by Git and update your "file_exclude_patterns" and "folder_exclude_patterns" settings in Sublime to match the list of files and folders ignored by Git.
  • After you create a new Git-ignored file or update your .gitignore files, the files should be hidden from your project within 5 seconds.
  • Since the "file_exclude_patterns" and "folder_exclude_patterns" settings are now being managed programatically, if you want to manually set file or folder exclusion patterns in sublime, you can use the "extra_file_exclude_patterns" and "extra_folder_exclude_patterns" settings. Any file paths you list in here will automatically be included in your "file_exclude_patterns" and "folder_exclude_patterns" in addition to Git-ignored paths.
  • If you already have "file_exclude_patterns" or "folder_exclude_patterns" set, there is no need to back them up prior to installing this plugin; they will be automatically migrated to the "extra_file_exclude_patterns" and "extra_folder_exclude_patterns" settings on first launch.

Currently tested on Ubuntu and Windows in Sublime Text 2 and Sublime Text 3. I haven't tested on Mac yet but it should work there too.