To exclude files from a Git commit, you can use a
Here are the steps to exclude files from Git commit:
Git will now exclude the specified files or patterns from being tracked by Git and from being included in future commits. However, if the files are already tracked by Git, you need to remove them from the Git repository. You can do this by using the following command:
git rm --cached <filename>
<filename> with the actual name of the file or pattern you want to exclude.
After excluding the files and modifying the
.gitignore file, any future commits will exclude those files. However, keep in mind that the
.gitignore file itself should be committed and pushed to the remote repository to ensure that other members of your team also exclude those files from their commits.