When inserting a new gem, running the following command may cause a lot of diffs in git.
bundle install --path vender/bundle
(The "Unstaged Files (1)" in the screenshot may be 10,000 or something. I'm sorry, I couldn't reproduce it.)
I would like to consider how to deal with this matter. </ font>
|Ruby On Rails||v188.8.131.52|
 Edit Gitignore. There is a Gitignore format. See the reference "Easy way to get an edited .gitignore" for more information. The following contents are posted.
*.rbc capybara-*.html .rspec /log /tmp /db/*.sqlite3 /db/*.sqlite3-journal /public/system /coverage/ /spec/tmp **.orig rerun.txt pickle-email-*.html # TODO Comment out this rule if you are OK with secrets being uploaded to the repo config/initializers/secret_token.rb # Only include if you have production secrets in this file, which is no longer a Rails default # config/secrets.yml # dotenv # TODO Comment out this rule if environment variables can be committed .env ## Environment normalization: /.bundle /vendor/bundle # these should all be checked in to normalize the environment: # Gemfile.lock, .ruby-version, .ruby-gemset # unless supporting rvm < 1.11.0 or doing something fancy, ignore this: .rvmrc # if using bower-rails ignore default bower_components path bower.json files /vendor/assets/bower_components *.bowerrc bower.json # Ignore pow environment settings .powenv # Ignore Byebug command history file. .byebug_history
Especially "/ vendor / bundle" is important. If you give it to git, the performance will drop, and there are many bad things, so I not only rewrote the above, but also added it to the existing file.