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[TSVN] TSVN Add displays contents of ignored directories

From: Norbert Unterberg <nepo_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2005-01-17 17:22:18 CET

TortoiseSVN 1.1.2, Build 2400, UNICODE

I am converting a project from CVS to SVN. I check out a project from
CVS, and then add it to the SVN repository.

Sample folder structure:

   proj\
   proj\.cvsignore
   proj\file.c
   proj\CVS\
   proj\CVS\Entries

TSVN Exclude/Ignore pattern is set to "*.bak CVS .cvsignore".

Then I select "TortoiseSVN->Add..." on the "proj" directory.
TSVN displays the Add dialog with this contents:

   proj\
   proj\file.c
   proj\CVS\Entries

Hmm, TSVN does correctly ignore the .cvsignore file and the CVS folder,
but still offers the file in the CVS folder (which should not be there,
with proj\CVS missing. I have tried to ignore */CVS/* instead of CVS but
the result is exactly the same.
The same happens in the commit dialog if "Show unversioned files" is active.

I expect TSVN to ignore all files and subdirs in ignored folders, and
not recurse into them. They could not be added anyway, can they?

Norbert

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