Yes, please do, I've thought about it and forgotten it several times already.
The problem is that we're specifically suppressing "file not found", as we don't want to log an error when trying to load a
.stignore when there is none. But that also means we suppress a "file not found" when parsing
We can of course just check first if it exists, and if it does we actually do print whatever error we do run into when processing it. In the rare race condition where the user manages to delete the
.stignore file between that check and the open, they'll get the error and it's no big deal...