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From "lucas theisen (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (RAT-157) Use the *ignore file for the SCM to determine excludes
Date Thu, 28 Nov 2013 16:34:35 GMT

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lucas theisen updated RAT-157:
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    Description: As I understand it, RAT is used to ensure the LICENSE text is in all source
files.  Anything ignored by SCM is not technically a source file.  These other files are usually
specific to the developer environment.  And the developer will already be adding such files
to their own `SCMignore`.  Perhaps a pluggable ingore mechanism that could have an implementation
per SCM and would know how to parse that ignore and translate filter out all the files it
specifies.  Perhaps this could be an option to the the rat config `useGitIgnore` or something.
 What do you think?  (was: As I understand it, RAT is used to ensure the LICENSE text is in
all source files.  Anything ignored by SCM is not technically a source file.  These other
files are usually specific to the developer environment.  And the developer will already be
adding such files to their own *SCMignore*.  Perhaps a pluggable ingore mechanism that could
have an implementation per SCM and would know how to parse that ignore and translate filter
out all the files it specifies.  Perhaps this could be an option to the the rat config `useGitIgnore`
or something.  What do you think?)

> Use the *ignore file for the SCM to determine excludes
> ------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: RAT-157
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/RAT-157
>             Project: Apache Rat
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>            Reporter: lucas theisen
>            Priority: Minor
>
> As I understand it, RAT is used to ensure the LICENSE text is in all source files.  Anything
ignored by SCM is not technically a source file.  These other files are usually specific to
the developer environment.  And the developer will already be adding such files to their own
`SCMignore`.  Perhaps a pluggable ingore mechanism that could have an implementation per SCM
and would know how to parse that ignore and translate filter out all the files it specifies.
 Perhaps this could be an option to the the rat config `useGitIgnore` or something.  What
do you think?



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