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Re: [TSVN] ignoring twice

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-09-02 20:47:44 CEST

Atanas Raykov wrote:

> Well, just add a "view subversion properties" on right click, i.e. like
> add, blame, riff, revert etc. functions. When you click it, just show
> the things that you can currently see in the standard properties dialog
> (just the subversion tag of course). I actually prefer this, than having
> an additional tab on the properties dialog (tho it's pretty obvious that
> the properties dialog is the right place)

Sure, another menu entry is the obvious idea. But I really hate to add
another entry there - the context menu is crowded as it is. And viewing
the properties is _not_ something you do every day, so the file
properties tab is enough IMHO.

> Another question is can I add a svn:ignore property to an already
> version file, so that the changes I make on it won't affect the
> repository and it won't show in the commit dialog?

No. The svn:ignored property is to ignore _unversioned_ files, not
versioned ones. Once a file/folder is versioned, it _will_ show up in
the commit dialog when it's modified, wheter you've set the svn:ignored
property or not.

Stefan

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