Thank You Javier,
it was clear enough solution you gave.
It is the BIN folder that is causing the problem and I can remove that bin
folder with SVN Remove, from SVN Repository perspective.
But the next step, adding that BIN folder to SVN Ignore is hard in my
system. Because I am using RAD 6.0. for my developement and RAD doesn't show
up the Bin folder in my work space, how can I add that folder to SVN
Ignore, if it is invisible in my workspace ?
what is the difference between SVN Remove and SVN Delete ?
can I do SVN Remove through the command line tools of the server ? Because
the SVN server is also on my machine.
After doing SVN Remove, will it be still avaiable in Server or completele
gets deleted ? if it is avaiable in the server can I go through the command
line tools and ignore them, so that those folders will never get checked in
On Nov 6, 2007 10:06 AM, Javier Kohen <email@example.com> wrote:
> El mar, 06-11-2007 a las 09:59 -0500, Kiran Karnati escribió:
> > Thank You Mark,
> > 1. for example, If I select the entire "bin" folder as SVN ignore, the
> > folder structure and files will still be checked out if our users
> > check the project out. won't they ?
> The point is that Subversion won't commit the ignored resources.
> > 2. But the files or folders I want to ignore are already in subversion
> > and all users have checked them out. can I still add a SVN Ignore
> > property to ignore those files now ? if not, please be so king to
> > suggest me a solution for this situation.
> It seems to be the case that if the resource has been already versioned,
> then first you have to delete it from the repository (i.e. svn remove),
> then ignore them, then commit the svn:ignore property as mark pointed
> Javier Kohen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Received on Tue Nov 6 18:19:40 2007