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Re: Ignoring versioned Files/Folders

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-11-22 14:23:05 CET

On 22/11/2007, Blackwell <blackwell@nexgo.de> wrote:
> Hello everyone.
> I have read what has been said in the past about ignoring versioned
> files, that they shouldn't be versioned in the first place and that
> the file should be added under a different name, as a template, to
> be modified in every checked, manually or via script.
> I like to present a few arguments against this (oddly puristic)
> point of view (I also added this as a feature request to the
> subversion issue tracker, issue 3028

Good luck! AFAICT you have not discussed this at all on the subversion
mailing lists, so how did you find a buddy to agree to entering this
in the svn issue tracker? You can expect that issue to be summarily
deleted the next time the subversion devs check through the new

> but since we are using
> TortoiseSVN exclusively I would be helped with support for this in
> TortoiseSVN already):

TortoiseSVN supports what subversion supports. We don't use a
customized version of the subversion libraries.


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