Am 31.10.2008 um 15:58 schrieb Emmanuel Cervetti:
> 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_
>>>> ("/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 ?
>> 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
>> from adding something to the repository.
>> In that case, you'd have to remove the folder from the repository
>> after that, it won't get re-added.
> 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"
So, the folder "data" itself is not already added to the repository?
If so, then there are two options:
- In the synchronize view there should be a "Remove from view" command
in the context menu of "tmp". You can use this to exclude items before
submitting. After the first submit you should be able to exclude "tmp"
the normal way.
- Or remove "tmp" before adding "data", set the ignore property on
data, commit, re-add "tmp"
Received on 2008-10-31 16:56:08 CET