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Re: Feature Requests

From: Sven Brueggemann <SBrueggemann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2006-08-20 16:45:07 CEST

Hello,

> - I'm having problems with folders containing output files.
> Typically my projects have a project/bin folder which contains
> outut files I don't want in the repository. I submit the parent
> folder, but un-check the box for this sub-folder. Nevertheless
> .svn folders are added to the /bin sub-directory. The whole
> project then has a 'not-up-to-date' exclamation mark, which
> commit fails to get rid of. Deleting the .svn folders
> from the project/bin sub-folder solves the problem.
> Not sure if that's a bug or a mis-understanding on my part.

Are the files inside your bin folder under version control?
If so, you should unversion (TortoiseSVN->Delete) them.
Then set the svn:ignore property to "*" on your bin folder.
From now on, TSVN will ignore the contents of your bin folder.

> - On a related note, a menu item to remove svn from a folder (ie.
> delete all the .svn sub-folders) would be nice. It's easy enough to
> do but I think a menu option would still be nice.

I don't think that's a good idea, since you never should remove
the .svn folders of subdirectories in a working copy. If you want
a clean copy of your files without .svn folders, use the Export
command.

Kind regards

Sven

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