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New User Complaints (from CVS User Perspective)

From: Tom Browder <TBrowder_at_cox.net>
Date: 2003-05-27 14:02:14 CEST

OK, got subversion up and running on my local host--great so far.

Besides my wish for the equivalent of CVS's rtag command, I would really
appreciate the equivalent of CVS's '.cvsignore'--it would be a Good Thing
for subversion. (By the way, the 'Book' says that the .cvsignore file is
applied recursively--it's not.)

The 'svn propset svn:ignore -F .cvsignore' command works fine until I want
to add a new ignore expression. Then I have to modify .cvsignore as usual,
and THEN execute the propset command again. Having subversion automatically
read a local "ignore" file would be great. I guess I could use the propedit
command, but it doesn't work for me (version 0.24). Also, using the '.'
alias as a directory doesn't work for propset either.

Tom Browder

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