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Re: Property svn:ignore-on-export:

From: Ivan-Assen Ivanov <ivanassen_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-22 14:18:55 CEST

> New Property Name svn:ignore-on-export I searched around but have only
> heard talk about this feature.
> What it would allow you to do is flag files or directories that you
> don't want exported. I have some projects that have our docs, and
> database files that i don't want exported when the app goes to
> production, that is why i am requesting this new feature.
> so when you run svn export /path/to/repo/ files or directories that are
> labeled not to be exported will not be.

+1 for this feature request.
We'd like to store two types of image files, "unprocessed" and
"processed", in the repository. When preparing a build of the product,
we only need the "processed"; I don't want to export the folder tree
file by file (1000s of them), nor do I want to transfer from the
server about a gigabyte of unprocessed image files just to delete them
on the next step.

BTW, speaking of images and gigabytes, 1.4 rocks! I dump/loaded our
repository last night and it went from 6.8 to 4.8 gigabytes. Great job
on svndiff1!

Best regards,

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Received on Fri Sep 22 14:19:13 2006

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