I created a new Scala/sbt project in IntelliJ IDEA 13. Since other team members will be working on this project (presumably with other IDEs), what should I put in the
.gitignore? It seems some of the project dependencies are defined in the
.idea folder, so I wasn't sure if I can put the whole directory in
.gitignore or not.
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Since you're using Scala you should add:
target *.class These can be generated back easily and could be machine dependent.
If you're going to use IntelliJ then the following:
*.iml *.ipr *.iws .idea out
The .idea folder and the .iml files are created and used only by IntelliJ, other IDEs will just ignore them. They can be generated easily by IntelliJ if needed, try deleting your .idea folder and then open the project in IntelliJ and, lo and behold the first thing it does is generate the .idea folder and it's contents.
tags .*.swp .*.swo
For Eclipse(Scala IDE):
build .classpath .project .settings org.scala-ide.sdt.core/META-INF/MANIFEST.MF org.scala-ide.sdt.update-site/site.xml
For OS X:
I think this covers the most popular IDEs for Scala. If someone's using an IDE not covered, you'll have to look around for what temporary and build files they create.