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RE : Re: bug: svn add does not check svn:ignore (win32 v 1.4,2)

From: Ionel GARDAIS <igardais_at_yahoo.fr>
Date: 2006-12-29 17:21:21 CET

And the only solution is to escape the '*' with a '\'
?
As most shells do wildcard expansion on their own, I
understand Craig's point of view where the svn:ignore
property should be used even if the file is explicitly
named on the command line.
And a "--no-ignore" switch will need to be used to
override this.

Ionel

--- Justin Erenkrantz <justin@erenkrantz.com> a
écrit :

> On 12/29/06, craigp <craigp98072@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > that's not how i would have expected it to work.
> if i specifically set it to
> > ignore, say, everything that matches 'CVS', then
> it shouldn't add anything that
> > matches 'CVS' unless i explicitly override it.
> isn't that what svn:ignore is
> > for? if not, what use is it, and is there some
> other way to filter a large set
> > of files other than writing my own script?
>
> But, you *are* overriding it by passing CVS on the
> command line. -- justin
>
>
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