It’s common to want to ignore files when deploying applications to Xervo. The command line tools supports this feature through the use of .xervoignore files.
To use, simply put a .xervoignore file at the root of your project folder with the desired ignore rules.
The format of a .xervoignore file is exactly that of a .gitignore file. Here’s an example that ignores any files named “text-ignore.txt”.
# Ignore file for Example Project test-ignore.txt
When the CLI bundles your application for upload, any files or folders specified in the .xervoignore file will be skipped.
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