Simply check in a file called
.kilnignore in the root of your repository, using exactly the same syntax as a
.hgignore file. Any files you specify there will be ignored when Kiln renders diffs. But don’t worry: they’ll be version tracked and stored just like any other file. You’ll only be changing how they’re shown in Kiln. So if you later change your mind, just remove the banned file from your
.kilnignore file, and it’ll show up in diffs again, just as if nothing has changed.
So for example, let’s say that my IDE makes solution files called
.min.js. In that case, to tell Kiln to ignore those files, I’d just put the following in my
and they’ll disappear from within Kiln.