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Probably you're using a .gitignore file for every project. If you find yourself creating a .gitignore file for the same files on every project you should use a global .gitignore file.
You can specify the location of the global .gitignore file with this command:
git config --global core.excludesfile '~/.gitignore'
If you're on osx you can add files such as
Thumbs.db, ... PhpStorm-users could add
My global .gitignore file can be viewed on github.
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