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.squidignore file(s)

Since @subsquid/cli@2.9.0

  • If a .squidignore file is present in any of the squid folders (including the project root), sqd deploy will read filename patterns from it and omit the matching files from the bundle to be sent to the Cloud.
  • Filename patterns follow the gitignore pattern format.
  • Patterns read from .squidignore files from higher level folders (the project root being the highest) are overridden by patterns read from lower level folders.
  • When no .squidignore files are supplied, sqd deploy will omit the following files and folders: