I’m using the github integration and for the most part it works great - but I have automated unit tests to validate there are no stupid bugs before pushing code so I can cycle faster and validate code correctness without having to get all the way to deploying the plugin inside of a test application to find out if it actually works or not.
Occasionally it’s easier to make a change from the bubble side, especially w.r.t. metadata like the plugin configuration. When I do that, I immediately synchronize changes back to github so I’m working off the same plugin state in my local editor. The problem is that bubble’s commits delete files that are not part of the original payload - namely I have a
test/ directory at root with unit testing files and a
.gitignore to ignore
node_modules which gets pulled-in by
npm install when I’m installing test dependencies (mocha, chai, etc.).
Are there paths or filenaming conventions inside the github repo that bubble’s github integration will leave alone and preserve through synchronization?