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

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_blazepoint.co.uk>
Date: 2004-09-13 11:09:01 CEST

"Erv Walter" wrote
> We don't want our output stored in source control. We only want the
> files needed to build to be stored in source control. The definition of
> "output" is _any_ file that appears anywhere under a directory names bin
> or obj. That output directory contains *.dll *.pdb *.xml amoung other

When you add the project to version control, if you add the top level folder
first, set its ignore properties to exclude bin and obj, then import the
files, you should be OK. AND, it will work for any other developer who
checks out the source afterwards.

> So, I'll find some kind of workaround. Probably I'll just change the
> config back and forth as needed using .reg files or something since the
> need to add *.dll and *.xml files is less common than the need to ignore
> them.

That sounds potentially dangerous to me, especially as every developer has
to do it. Using project-based excludes means that you set the correct
ignores for that project in the repository. Once it is done, there is no
chance of it going wrong by forgetting to change the settings on client
machines.

Simon

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Received on Mon Sep 13 12:13:29 2004

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