Simon Large wrote:
> Simon Large wrote:
>> Jan Normann Nielsen wrote:
>>> I have set my TSVN to exclude/ignore certain files in the settings
>>> But when these files are in a non-versioned folder, TSVN shows them
>>> in the "Check for modifications" dialog anyway (if "Show
>>> non-versioned files" is checked). "svn status" from the command
>>> line perfectly ignores the files.
>>> My exclude/ignore pattern is
>>> *.class context.xml *~ .nbattrs
>>> and "Check for modifications" shows:
>>> some-dir/action | non-versioned
>>> some-dir/action/.nbattrs | non-versioned
>>> "svn status" shows:
>>> ? some-dir/action
>> I am surprised that svn status -v ignores these because
>> 'some-dir/action/.nbattrs' doesn't exactly match '.nbattrs' without a
>> wildcard to represent the directories. Is this new behaviour? Which
>> version of TSVN and which version of CLI?
> Wait a minute. The CLI ignore *all* files in the unversioned folder
> regardless of whether they are in the exclude/ignore list. We don't
> want to do that, do we? So my original comment about prefixing */ is
> the correct answer.
I just changed my exclude/ignore pattern from
*.class context.xml *~ .nbattrs
*/*.class */context.xml */*~ */.nbattrs
like you told me to, but now all my .class files and context.xml files
show up in the add & commit dialogs. Did I misunderstand something?
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Received on Wed Jul 13 12:07:43 2005