David Corbin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 03/04/2006 10:25:39 AM:
> I've a svn/rails project, with a partial tree like this:
> vendor has svn:ignore set, yet when I synchonize with subclipse, changes
> in these areas are showing up.
What do you mean it is set? Set to what? svn:ignore does not mean ignore
the item it is set on. Typically a folder would have a property of
svn:ignore with a value of "bin" or "classes", and that would tell
Subversion to ignore the bin or classes folder located beneath the folder
the property is set on.
> login_engine (and maybe rails, I can't remember) are set up as
> "svn:external" (though I can't see it when I do a proplist).
Likewise, if this is an svn:externals then that would mean the property is
set on vendor. Something like:
svn:externals with a value of login_engine url://to/login_engine/project
> reasons, I've essentially got svn projects that are under my main svn
> projects, but they are from another repository, and I don't want to see
> in the synchronize view. svn:ignore doesn't appear to address this. Is
> there another solution?
svn:ignore exists to ignore things you never want in the repository, such
as compiled objects. You can't use it to ignore something that is already
in the repository.
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Received on Sat Mar 4 19:56:54 2006