> Just noticed that the add to/remove from ignorelist feature is misbehaving.
> Say, that I have a file, file.zip, whose SVN status is 'ignored', then
> the following steps are reproducible;
> 1) Select file.zip from the menu represented by TortoiseSVN/Remove from ignorelist
> 2) TSVN erroneusly displays;
> Added the file pattern(s)
> to the ignore list
> 3) Again, select file.zip from the menu represented by TortoiseSVN/Remove from ignorelist
> (note: this time there is no "*.zip" entry presented)
> 4) TSVN displays;
> Removed the file pattern(s)
> from the ignore list
> <=> the file's SVN status remains 'ignored'
> Effectively, the file cannot be added to the repository.
I can't reproduce this. Which means there's something on your system a
little different than what I tried.
* what exactly is the filename (I assume it's not really 'file.zip')?
* what is the content of the svn:ignore property on the parent folder of
that ignored file? (TSVN->properties)
* what is the content of the TSVN->Settings->General "Global ignore
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Received on 2008-04-22 07:10:30 CEST