Martin Furter wrote:
> On Sat, 31 Mar 2007, Hyrum K. Wright wrote:
>> Malcolm Rowe wrote:
>>> On Sat, Mar 31, 2007 at 08:52:01AM -0500, Hyrum K. Wright wrote:
>>>> edited file. (Example: 'foo.txt' becomes '.foo.txt.swp') When editing
>>>> several files, this can get a bit annoying when doing running 'svn
>>> Strangely, this hardly ever bothers me. I guess I just don't tend to
>>> run 'svn st' when I'm editing.
>>>> I know that the vimmers here may be in the minority, but I think
>>>> that it
>>>> would still be useful for us if we ignored these files.
>>> Don't worry, we have the moral majority! Anyhow, why not just add it to
>>> your own personal global-ignores?
>> That would solve the problem for me, of course, I just don't know if
>> there were others who would benefit from setting the property in the
> I also added it to global-ignores and probably many other vim users too.
> Those .swp files aren't project specific so why not add it to the
> default global-ignores?
One may also argue that *~ and .*~ aren't project specific, either. :)
Either way, I'm beyond caring at this point.
Received on Sat Mar 31 17:24:54 2007