Afaik it works Form cmd and powershell
@martin You have to change the `.txt` extension to `.gitignore`, while keeping the file name itself blank. You can do this by renaming with file name extensions shown in Windows Explorer, or using the Properties menu.
@darylsun mmh, i don't get it.. :/
i cannot find a way to create `.gitignore` (with an empty "file name", just the dot and an extension) from the GUI...
> ren .gitignore.txt .gitignore
Still... Always thrilling to see how much better Windows know what I want...
@martin Oh well, sorry I wasn't able to explain it better. But I'm glad you managed to find a solution. 👍
echo "" > .gitignore on the command line does the trick 😉
@martin type .gitignore. (dot gitignore dot),then enter. the second dot will disappear, it'll become .gitignore
@martin I hear you. Try to name a file AUX or COM and find yourself in the 90ies. I hope everyone sees here: Windows is a problem here, use a unix!
@ngc_ollie seriously!? unbelievable 🤦♂️
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