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Re: [Subclipse-users] ignore a inner folder

From: Emmanuel Cervetti <ecervetti_at_orupaca.fr>
Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2008 15:58:36 +0100

subclipse_at_mark-kirchner.de a écrit :
> Emmanuel Cervetti schrieb:
>>>> Everything works fine if I ignore a /data/* or a /tmp/* file , but
>>>> can't manage to ignore a inner folder like /data/tmp
>>>> Is there a way to do that ?
>>> Choose "Set property ..." from the team menue for the _parent_ folder
>>> ("/data") and add the "svn:ignore" property. Its value is the list of
>>> ignored items ("tmp") in this folder.
>> I've tried to do that, but subclipse ignores it... it still sync the tmp
>> file ...
>> In your project, it works ?
> Hi,
> is the "tmp"-folder already in the repository? If so, adding it to
> svn:ignore is not going to help you. svn:ignore just prevents the client
> from adding something to the repository.
> In that case, you'd have to remove the folder from the repository first;
> after that, it won't get re-added.
> HTH,
> Mark
No no, it's an empty new svn project, i've only the trunk folder on the
repository (on google code )

Then I do "synchronise", and I still have 'data/tmp' the list of local
files marked to be commited

Despite the fact that 'data' has the attribute ignore for "tmp"

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