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Re: [Subclipse-users] How to do SVN:Ignore

From: Javier Kohen <jkohen_at_users.sourceforge.net>
Date: 2007-11-06 18:29:36 CET

El mar, 06-11-2007 a las 12:19 -0500, Kiran Karnati escribió:
> Thank You Javier,
> it was clear enough solution you gave.
> It is the BIN folder that is causing the problem and I can remove that
> bin folder with SVN Remove, from SVN Repository perspective.
> But the next step, adding that BIN folder to SVN Ignore is hard in my
> system. Because I am using RAD 6.0. for my developement and RAD
> doesn't show up the Bin folder in my work space, how can I add that
> folder to SVN Ignore, if it is invisible in my workspace ?

I assume that you are talking about the Project View or something in
that order. Use the Navigation view from Eclipse, which should show all
resources including folder bin.

> what is the difference between SVN Remove and SVN Delete ?

I don't know. Probably they are just aliases. Did you know that you can
type "svn help remove" at the command line and get information about
that command? It's even shorter than asking here in the first instance.

> can I do SVN Remove through the command line tools of the server ?
> Because the SVN server is also on my machine.

You can. And you could even if the server were not hosted locally
(assuming that everything is in working order, of course).

> After doing SVN Remove, will it be still avaiable in Server or
> completele gets deleted ?

Deleted. Do yourself a favor and read the SVN book, or you'll go crazy.
Also, this list is for Subclipse related talk, not Subversion tutorial.

> if it is avaiable in the server can I go through the command line
> tools and ignore them, so that those folders will never get checked
> in ?

I don't know how strictly svn:ignore is enforced at the server side, but
I understand that clients won't let the user add or commit the ignored
resources. Once again, I direct you to the documentation for the

Good luck,

Javier Kohen <jkohen@users.sourceforge.net>
ICQ: blashyrkh #2361802
Jabber: jkohen@jabber.org

Received on Tue Nov 6 18:35:53 2007

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