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RE: [TSVN] Request: Recursive Add ignore directory trees

From: Erv Walter <Erv_at_epicsystems.com>
Date: 2004-09-10 17:55:27 CEST

I can add one other tidbit. I did a slightly different test.

I did the test below were the .\Project\ directory was not yet versioned and the results were as below.

However, if I first add .\Project\ as an empty folder and then put the other files in there, the recursive add does ignore the entire .\Project\bin\ tree.

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From: Erv Walter [mailto:Erv@epicsystems.com]
Sent: Friday, September 10, 2004 10:30 AM
To: dev@tortoisesvn.tigris.org
Subject: [TSVN] Request: Recursive Add ignore directory trees

I incorrectly created an issue for this before discussing it on the list.  Sorry about
that.  However, discussion may still be valuable, so I'm sending this now as well:
When I need to recursively add a tree to SVN, I right click on the new folder
and TSVN shows me a list of the files which can be added.  I have several
directories in my ignore list such as "bin" "obj" etc to prevent VS.NET output
from being messed with in source control.  However, TSVN does not leave the
contents of these directories out of the list.  It does leave the top level
directory out of the list though.  However, that is not what I would like to
happen.

Let me give an example.  Say I had these files not yet versioned:

.\Project\
.\Project\bin\
.\Project\bin\Project.dll
.\Project\bin\Project.pdb
.\Project\AssemblyInfo.cs
.\Project\Project.cs
.\Project\Project.csproj

Say I have "bin" (without the quotes) in my ignore pattern list.  This is what
I see in my add dialog box when I do "Add" on the .\Project\ directory:

Project
Project\bin\Project.dll
Project\bin\Project.pdb
Project\AssemblyInfo.cs
Project\Project.cs
Project\Project.csproj

What I would prefer to see is this (with the entire bin tree ignored):

Project
Project\AssemblyInfo.cs
Project\Project.cs
Project\Project.csproj

Make sense?  I am using a recent nightly build (Sept 8).

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