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Negating Log Filter

From: Sven Kirchner <Sven.Kirchner_at_innomea.com>
Date: 2005-11-07 10:54:47 CET


I've been searching for a way to hide certain log messages in the
TortoiseSVN log viewer. What I am trying to do is to hide those nasty
"Temporary file created by Visual Studio .NET to detect...." entries.
I know that I can only filter out the adds and not the deletes, but
that would already help a lot. While playing around with the filter
I noticed it understands regular expressions. In TCL you can prepend
a ~ to a regexp pattern which negates the pattern, meaning ~(test)
matches anything that doesn't have test in it. This doesn't seem to
work in the filter edit. Does anyone know/have a suggestion of how
to solve the problem? Being able to always filter something like
"~(Temporary file created.....)" would be great!

thanks in advance

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Received on Mon Nov 07 10:05:30 2005

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