To exclude files from a git commit, you can use the
.gitignore file to specify the files or patterns you want to ignore.
Here's how you can exclude files from a git commit:
Note that if you have already added the files to the repository before adding them to
.gitignore, they will still be tracked by git. To stop tracking them, you can use the following command:
git rm --cached <filename>
<filename> with the name of the file you want to remove from git's tracking.
After excluding the files and modifying
.gitignore, they will be excluded from future commits. However, keep in mind that this will not affect already committed files.