.mdfiles and if your workspace is a git repo we will upload any files that are tracked by git. The more files you include the more time your notebook will spend "tearing down" and "setting up".
/notebooks/.notebookinclude. This file uses
.gitignoresyntax however, the patterns include files instead of ignoring them. Negative patterns are supported and exclude files from being uploaded.
.ipynbfiles but skip
\") in front of the first hash for patterns that begin with a hash.
!" which negates the pattern; any matching file included by a previous pattern will become excluded again. Put a backslash ("
\") in front of the first "
!" for patterns that begin with a literal "
!", for example, "
/is used as the directory separator. Separators may occur at the beginning, middle or end of the
.notebookincludefile itself. Otherwise the pattern may also match at any level below the
doc/frotzdirectory, but not
a/frotzthat is a directory (all paths are relative from the
\*" matches anything except a slash. The character "
?" matches any one character except "
/". The range notation, e.g.
[a-zA-Z], can be used to match one of the characters in a range. See
FNM_PATHNAMEflag for a more detailed description.
\*\*") in patterns matched against full pathname may have special meaning:
**" followed by a slash means match in all directories. For example, "
**/foo" matches file or directory "
foo" anywhere, the same as pattern "
\*\*/foo/bar" matches file or directory "
bar" anywhere that is directly under directory "
/**" matches everything inside. For example, "
abc/**" matches all files inside directory "
abc", relative to the location of the
.notebookincludefile, with infinite depth.
a/\*\*/b" matches "
a/x/y/b" and so on.