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Hello everyone,


I was wondering if there was any easy(ish) way to turn all my source code, still in the MCP environment into a GitHub repository, so I can access it on other computers. I'm guessing that I could just add all the non-mod files to .gitignore, but it seems painstaking and slow, so I just wanted to ask if it was the only way possible.


Thanks in advance,


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Rather than setting up the entire MCP workspace as a git repository, do just the src directory and then gitignore what you don't need inside that.

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