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Re: Exclude/Ignore pattern

From: Milen A. Radev <mradev_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-10-12 20:46:22 CEST

On 12/10/05, Simon Large <simon@skirridsystems.co.uk> wrote:
> Stuart Celarier wrote:
> >>>Changing the value in the General Settings dialog does not change the
> >
> > global-ignores in the Subversion config file, so that's not it. There is
> > something more going on. Could you please shed some light, so I know
> > what question to ask on the Subversion mailing lists.
> >
> >>Looks like TSVN is using a registry value.
> >
> > Okay, so how does TSVN use this registry value and where does that show
> > up in Subversion (or does it)? My objective is still to learn what the
> > syntax is for the pattern.
> TSVN doesn't do anything apart from read and write that value. As the
> doc link said, subversion will read the config from 1 of 5 places, one
> of those being the registry. Subversion uses it directly (it also
> affects the CLI), so the syntax will be defined by SVN. If it's not in
> the book you will have to try the SVN list.

I have to agree with the OP that this a valid usage question - a user
should be unconcerned with what kind of library a product uses
internally to provide certain functionality. It's completely different
matter that the developers/documentors of that product are not fully
aware of all the features/quirks of that third-party library.

Milen A. Radev
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