I'm configuring a pipeline using rsync. I would like to provide rsync an arguement to exclude all files and directories which are present in .gitignore. I found this resource:
but it produces errors when giving an ARG --filter=":- .gitignore". I think there is an issue with escaping quotes. Could you provide a right solution for that problem?
have you tried to create a new folder called scripts and add the a new syncronizer.sh file
with the desired content?
# This file will sync all filles except ones present on .gitignore
rsync -azP --delete --filter=":- ../.gitignore" . my-target-host:/my/target/directory
You can then call that script on your pipelines using this:
- bash scripts/syncronizer.sh
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