.gitignore for Eclipse CDT

Many free IDE from silicon vendors (such as ST and NXP) are Eclipse-CDT based.

Could you suggest a good .gitignore file? Mainly I don't know if it's better to ignore or add .settings folder, .project and .cproject files.

I think it's useful to add in CVS the options passed to compiler and linker, so another use could checkout and compile in the same way.

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You'll definitely want .project and .cproject under source control. After you've finally got the project working, RubeMX will trash them when you regenerate. .settings I save as well.

Here's my typical .gitignore:

**/Debug/ **/Release/ **/html/ **/Backup/ **/*.bak **/.~lock.*

Hope that helps! Best Regards, Dave

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