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RE: [TSVN] Re: TSVN Add displays contents of ignored directories

From: Lübbe Onken <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2005-01-18 11:42:50 CET

Hi Stefan,

This is bugging me for a while too, but I came to accept it...

> Oh, now I see what you really mean...
> But I'm sorry, I don't think that TSVN even _should_ ignore those
> files.

I think, that if a folder is ignored, everything below that folder should be
ignored as well. If I want to ignore all CVS folders, I'd like to use 'CVS/'
as ignore pattern and expect everything below to be ignored as well.

I don't remember exactly: is there a reason why the ignore patterns don't
have a trailing slash for folders? Was it subversion compatibility? Would it
work if I specified 'CVS/*' instead?

In my special case I've got:
D:\myProject\ with svn:ignore set to 'Exe', 'Obj' and some others

Nevertheless I've got a sub-directory 'Exe\locale' under version control:

When I commit from D:\myProject and activate 'show unversioned files', all
the files (lots: compiler generated, log files, ...) below Exe are shown,
which I don't want to see at all.

- Lübbe

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