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After playing a bit with Salesforce DX, pushing and pulling stuff, I decided to try out the .forceignore file, but I can't seem to make it work.

At the moment I have the following structure:

file directory

Project structure

and my .forceignore file contains the following lines:

force-app/main/default/apex-module1/TestingForceIgnore.cls
force-app/main/default/apex-module1/TestingForceIgnore.cls-meta.xml

Nonetheless, everytime I modify the files and I push the source, they get pushed. To a point, I thought about deleting them from the scratch org and re-creating them, but still.

Have I written the paths correctly? Or am I missing something here?

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  • This .forceignore file is located at force-app/.forceignore, it looks like?
    – sfdcfox
    Oct 2, 2017 at 20:50
  • @sfdcfox no, it's in the root directory as it should. I added another image for more clarity. Oct 2, 2017 at 20:53
  • @sfdcfox I'm still googling and I found this: Add the file to the Metadata retrieve directory (with package.xml) for force:mdapi:convert.. I haven't done this nor I know what it means. Could this be the issue? Oct 2, 2017 at 20:57
  • I linked that in my (now deleted) answer. The primary purpose of force:mdapi:convert is to use an older Force.com IDE project to convert it to the newer folder design that DX uses. This doesn't apply to you if you're not using force:mdapi:convert.
    – sfdcfox
    Oct 2, 2017 at 20:58
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    Might just be a font issue, but when I look at your screenshots the file name looks like it has a space after the period. E.g. . forceignore. Oct 3, 2017 at 18:42

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I forgot to answer this question!

Just like @DanielBallinger said in the comments below the answer, there was a space between the period and the forceignore... so obviously it wasn't working (duh!).

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