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Should a guardfile be part of your repo?

So you have a Ruby project and you practice TDD. Now to not make it too hard on yourself to run your test suite every single step of the way your using guard to speed up your process. Good for you and it should make testing as fun as it could be.

Now as I’ve been moving from project to project I’ve seen different practices when it comes to using guard. Some good, some bad but all beneficial for different reasons. What I did find if most projects is that the Guardfile is shared by putting it in the repository of the project. Now I’m wondering, is that a good practice?

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