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[TSVN] Ignoring folders using TSVN exclude/ignore pattern

From: Dominik Guder <osc_at_guder.org>
Date: 2005-03-12 01:08:11 CET


I read the thread about [TSVN] Re: Ignoring folders using svn:ignore

I hoped my issue about ignoring folders using TSVN exclude/ignore
pattern will be addresed. But unfortunately it stopped on the way.

So i'm asking for resolving one of my biggest issues as svn admin
regarding TSVN:

Please ignore folders using TSVN exclude/ignore pattern on adding

In a .NET development environment it is necessary to ensure that 'bin'
and 'obj' directories will not included in svn.

This is working as expected for commits, if 'show unversioned files' is
enabled and interestingly for imports also. But if I want to add an
unversioned directory which includes 'bin' and 'obj' dirs, then these
dirs are showing up and will be added to svn.

One way is to use svn:ignore, but then the user (or even I) have to
reset the svn:ignore property after each adding. This is somewhat
unsatisfying, because the users are not limited to a specified directory

The only thing with I would be happy is, that TSVN is working like the
svn cmdline client. The svn client is not adding 'bin'/'obj' dirs if I
enable the global-ignores in config.

I looked around in TSVN sources,, but i could't figure out where the
differences are, regarding adding and commiting files.

So far


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