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Re: Default ignores, cmdline ignores

From: Mix <mixtim_at_acm.org>
Date: 2002-08-10 04:08:45 CEST

cmpilato@collab.net wrote:
>>>Alternatively we could invent an
>>> ignore="<all the stuff you want to ignore by default>"
>>>directive in your local svn config file. This line could hold the
>>>current defaults by default, but at least people are able to change
>>>it without a recompile.
>>I though this approach was almost decided upon already in some
>>discussion about the matter - oh well, it sounds very good to me, in
>>any case :)
> It was. We talked about:
> a) first, removing the hard-coded ignores present in the source code, then
> b) adding a config option so the user can specify her fave ignores.
> However, the flexibility of --ignore is admittedly appealling to me.

I would happily live without hardcoded ignores if I could add them to my
config file. I also like --ignore. Perhaps we could have both.

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