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RE: [TSVN] Is Exclude List currently Broken?

From: Lübbe Onken <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2004-12-08 09:26:55 CET

Hi Giovanni,

I like your exclude list (Delphi rules) :-)

Mine is: *.~* *.bak *.ddp *.dcu and it works perfectly.

> I thought the "Exclude list: was effectively the same thing as
> "svn:ignore" but worked on all files/directories.
In principle yes. Please take a look at your subversion config file. You can
edit it from the TSVN settings dialog. It has a global-ignores section which
may conflict with the TSVN exclude list. I'm not sure, which one wins if you
have configured something there as well. (Should read my own docs should I

> Is this incorrect?
No :-)

> To avoid flames, I've move the dcu files (delphi created binaries) out
> of the source directories but there are still lots of others I want to
> ignore.
I always have a directory structure of:
And I tell Delphi to create its dcu files in ..\obj and the exe in ..\exe
which makes the src directory a lot cleaner. I then svn:ignore the obj and
exe folders.

> Is it me (my understanding) or is there currently a bug?
Maybe you have a case problem? You're excluding *.dcu and your files are
named *.DCU?

- Lübbe

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