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Whenever I do something in Magit buffer I get this warning:

Warning (magit-todos): File has lines too long for Emacs to search.  Consider excluding it from scans: path/to/file

In particular it complains about socket.io.js.map

I tried excluding the file from projectile - no effect. I don't understand which scans the warning is talking about.

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    Try adding the offending file pattern to magit-todos-exclude-globs. – Tobias Sep 30 '19 at 20:55
  • Tobias, thanks, that worked. Here is a readme explaining in details how to do it: github.com/alphapapa/magit-todos#tips Another question: the exclude patterns in magit-todos-exclude-globs are the same as in .gitignore? Is there any docs on patterns otherwise? – Konstantin Rybakov Oct 1 '19 at 6:46
  • You can see it yourself. A string consisting of :! and the glob-pattern is appended to the git command behind --. – Tobias Oct 1 '19 at 8:37
  • It would be nice if you could write up your own answer and accept it. I don't have time for that right now. – Tobias Oct 1 '19 at 8:38
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Solution: Set magit-todos-exclude-globs variable. It can be set globally by

(setq magit-todos-exlude-globs '(pattens))

in config or locally, per-repository.

To set it locally, run add-dir-local-variable, choose magit-status-mode, choose magit-todos-exclude-globs, add patterns you would like to exclude as a list.

Example: ("*.map" "*.html")

That will generate .dir-locals.el with the appropriate configuration.

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