> > On 4 November 2011 21:00, Gerald Britton <gerald dot britton at gmail dot com> wrote:
> > >>
> > >> If you are setting the property on a directory it is not recursive. It
> > >> applies only to immediate children of that directory where it is set.
> > >> (Unlike the ".gitignore" file in Git).
> > >
> > > Well, that only applies to the .manifest files! Other files in the bin directory (like .exe, .dll, etc.) that are in my ignore list on the project folder ARE ignored. Weird or what?
> > But are they only ignored ignored in the main folder or are they also
> > ignored in the bin folder.
> Both! It's just the .manifest file that is NOT ignored in the bin folder.
> > Are those other file extensions in the global ignore list (TSVN->Settings)?
> I'll double-check, but I don't think so, no. (not at my work desk at the moment)
Aha! Some were indeed being picked up by my global settings.
Now I have to figure out next steps. Basically, I'm trying to set up properties on a project template so that devs can branch the template for new projects and get a good ignore list that fits. I could ask them to modify their global list, but I'd rather not.
> > Simon
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