I want to avoid the syncthing configuration when syncing two home directories. I’ve added **syncthing to the ignore patterns. Is that enough?
Quick guide to supported patterns (full documentation):
(?d) Prefix indicating that the file can be deleted if preventing directory removal
(?i) Prefix indicating that the pattern should be matched without case sensitivity
! Inversion of the given condition (i.e. do not exclude)
*: Single level wildcard (matches within a directory only)
** Multi level wildcard (matches multiple directory levels)
// Comment, when used at the start of a line
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