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Re: Add svn-*.tmp to global-ignores?

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-02-11 14:49:35 CET

pediddle@pediddle.net writes:

> I couldn't find if this has ever been discussed before. Pending the
> discussion on saving commit messages' .tmp files to $TEMP or some other
> location than the working copy, it'd be nice if the .tmp files wouldn't
> show up as unversioned in "svn status" after getting dumped after a failed
> commit. Here is a patch to add "svn-*.tmp" to the global-ignores list.
> When a commit fails, svn spits out a message saying to what file the log
> message was saved. One possible disadvantage to this patch would be that
> seeing the "?" line in "svn status" would be an additional reminder that
> the commit failed and where to find the file. So what do you think?

Dislike it. If people want to add this to their global ignores list,
that's fine, but I'm not fond of hard-coding the addition.

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