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Re: Adding Multiple Files To Ignore List At Once In Commit Dialog

From: <Christian.Eitner_at_anton-paar.com>
Date: 2005-11-28 09:16:10 CET

Simon Large <simon@skirridsystems.co.uk> on Fri, 25 Nov 2005 09:56:44
+0000 wrote:
> That's not a good thing to put in the commit dialog because it changes
> the list of items to commit. Not only do you get rid of ignored files,
> you also have to add parent folders to the list, otherwise the ignore
> pattern will not be committed. It *might* be possible to do something
> like this in the 'check for modifications' dialog.

Then I don't quite understand why there is a possibility to ignore single
selected files, which causes exactly what you describe, but doesn't seem
to bother anyone (since the adding of the parent folder is automatically
done). Even ignoring multiple files with the same parent folder is
correctly handled, just that I have to choose the option for each file

The mechanism I described would just batch-process multiple selected files
in the way the current "Add to ignore list" does now.

> You can use a more complex wildcard pattern if that helps. Do you get
> any choice about where those files go - could you put them in a
> subfolder and ignore that? I don't use VS so I don't know what the
> limitations are.

I'm afraid that this is not an option in VS.



Received on Mon Nov 28 09:41:45 2005

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