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Re: [TSVN] Ignoring folders using TSVN exclude/ignore pattern

From: Dominik Guder <osc_at_guder.org>
Date: 2005-03-13 16:24:48 CET

SteveKing schrieb:
> Dominik Guder wrote:

>> Please ignore folders using TSVN exclude/ignore pattern on adding
>> directories
> AFAIK this already works like that?
> Can you give us a detailed reproduction recipe about this, including
> your wc layout? Because this works for me (with HEAD of TSVN).

Try something like that:


Exclude/Ignore pattern: *.user bin obj *.suo

Use a directory under svn control
For simplicity use dir 'ext' of TSVN source

Create dir 'newdir' structur in 'ext'


Select directory 'newdir' -> TSVN add

--> All directories are selected in ListBox and will be added
(it is irrelevant if there are addl. files or not)

Use svn client:

Global ignores enabled in svn config (registry values):
Output of 'svn add new'

U:\projects\SVN\TSVN\ext>svn add newdir
A newdir
A newdir\test

This svn client behavior is what I'm looking for

> One thing: you should reorganize your projects like TSVN has:
> Use _one_ obj folder where all subprojects put their own obj folders in
> it. That means you have to change the paths in the project settings once.
> The advantage you get is not only a better behaviour with
> TSVN/Subversion, but also you can keep your source directory clean of
> generated files - only sourcefiles will be there, no subfolder with
> generated stuff in it.

You are right, there are more solutions to setup a reasonable dev
environmet. But for now we are using MS standard setup.

So far


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