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Re: matching in ignore list

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-03-08 20:10:00 CET

Oblio wrote:
> How does filename matching occur within the ignorelist? I want to
> ignore any file not matching a specific pattern; eg '???[^_]*' --
> that's three characters that must be followed by an underscore or it'll
> be ignored. It works in the OS, but not in Tortoise?

TSVN uses full paths and the Subversion library uses relative paths,
e.g. d:\development\project\folder\file.cpp and file.cpp
So your pattern must match both the full and the relative path. In your
case, that would be

btw: I don't think your pattern works in Windows, at least not with the
normal windows apps or the console: they don't understand regexes.


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