In opposite to - versioned - files that are under Source-Code-Version-Control system (i.e. Git/SVN), is there a way to call files that left deliberately out in one word?
Is word "un-versioned" ("non-versioned"?) valid construct?
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The (informal) adjective I'd use is non-VC'd, as in "non-Version Controlled". For example:
I do use source control, but putting everything under cloudsync is great for 1. Syncing personal notes, files, non-VC'd assets across machines and 2. Making sure that my working directory is available as-is across my machines even if I'm between commits or haven't pushed in a while.
Put tmp files in an external dir with Ember?
In my case, the private layer would survive, but all my non vc'd snippets would be removed
Recommended strategy for version controlling private layers
Oops, I guess I didn't enable/install helm-projectile properly, I no longer see non-VC'd files in helm-projectile-grep output
There should be an extra function/option to do git-grep/grep within project files