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RE: Bug: TortoiseSVN|Add to ignore list missing

From: Nick Vaughan <n.vaughan_at_codestuff.net>
Date: 2007-02-24 00:05:38 CET

> I've run into a problem with TortoiseSVN|Add to ignore list in that it
> only available for files/folders which are in a directory that is
> under version control.
> I specifically want to exclude project specific directories
> and files from being imported/added to TSVN when I create and
> setup a new project.

If I understand correctly what you're saying then all you need to do is
*add* the parent directory to the local working copy (i.e. not to the
subversion repository) by right clicking on the parent folder and
selecting Add and then the *Ignore* option becomes available in the
context menu for child directories and files.

To explain why, this is because the ignore settings are stored as
properties on the parent folder, if the local working copy has no
knowledge of the parent folder then it can't store any properties.

Hope this helps.



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Received on Sat Feb 24 00:05:51 2007

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