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Re: [TSVN] Adding a file to ignore list[Scanned]

From: Stefan Küng <stefan.kueng_at_wagner-group.ch>
Date: 2004-09-09 14:26:10 CEST

JS.staff wrote:

> Ahhh, so when I add something to ignore list, it actually sends the
> property change straight to the repository, and doesn't do it on my
> working copy??

It does set the property in your working copy.
But: if you commit changes to files, only the revisions of those files
change in your working copy, _not_ the folders where those files are in.
Example:

add folder in rev1, file1 and file2 in rev2
folder/file1
folder/file2
modify file1, commit -> rev3
but in your working copy, the revisions look like this:
folder: rev1
folder/file1 : rev3
folder/file2 : rev2
now if you modify the folder and try to commit, it fails. Because the
client tells the repo that the folder is on revision 1 with
modifications, but the repository is already at revision 3.
If you then do an update, the folder will get the revision 3 too.

Stefan

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