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Re[2]: Exclude/Ignore pattern

From: Fernando P. Nájera Cano <tortoisesvn_at_fernandonajera.com>
Date: 2005-10-13 07:33:02 CEST


>> If you'd like to help, please tell me how to interpret ".*~" and ".#*"
>> from the sample in Subversion's config file. Thanks!

B> My guess is that these were included as part of a cut and paste operation
B> from globbing docs somewhere else. The lack of response you're getting
B> tells me that they in fact are rather esoteric examples.

I think I know what '.*~' is for: add a unix file '.htaccess' to svn
and then edit it with vim. vim will create a backup file .htaccess~
which is masked with .*~.

My mask is '*.suo *.user *.*~ *.~*' which effectively masks out files
from Visual Studio .NET that you should never version, and backup
files from vim (*.*~) and UltraEdit (*.~*).

Best regards,

Fernando Nájera

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