Every time I open Daedalus, a multiple gigabyte backup is triggered to Time Machine at the next backup time. This is likely to fill up a Time Machine backup drive fairly quickly.
Thus I'm wondering what is a good choice of directories to exclude (from within the Daedalus state dir, found at
~/Library/Application Support/Daedalus Mainnet), to exclude transient files from backup, which don't need to be backed up. (Excluding directories from backup is done via System Preferences/Time Machine/Options, for those who don't know.)
It would seem unnecessary to backup the blockchain itself(!) (I think we can rely on that being done elsewhere... :), but, it may not be ideal to exclude the entire data dir, because, some people may be using software wallets, in which case including those in a default backup, should a full system restore ever be needed, might be sensible.
For clarification, this question isn't about recovery seed backups, which are essential and should already be being done in all cases. The question here is about how to achieve an effective time machine backup ("time machine" is apple's
rsync style backup, for those from the linux world, not familiar with mac).