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

From: Norbert Unterberg <nepo_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2005-01-18 12:59:56 CET

SteveKing schrieb:

> I don't think that TSVN even _should_ ignore those
> files. You see, ignoring a path-part somewhere in the middle of a full
> path is a very dangerous thing. Imagine, you have ignored "CVS" as you
> did.

Can you tell me how you would add a file CVS\bla when the folder CVS\ is
ignored and not under version control?

> Now, to organize your files, you create a new folder where you keep
> all your development files in it. You call it "MyCVS-Stuff".
> Can you see where I'm going here?

I am talking about CVS\stuff and not CVS-Stuff\. Do you see the difference?

If I ignore CVS than I expect that MyCVS-Stuff is not ignored at all,
otherwise I would have used *CVS* as ignore pattern.

Norbert

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