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Re: Global Ignore Pattern Issues

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-04-06 19:25:23 CEST

Aaron Davies wrote:

> For example, the pattern "*/bin/*" successfully ignores
> foo/bar/baz/bin/com/corp and its children, but not its parent
> foo/bar/baz/bin/com. I have yet to find a pattern which will ignore
> the latter.

I've set
*\bin\*
as an ignore pattern. Then I created a folder 'bin', 'bin\com' and
'bin\com\corp'. Then I put 10 random files in each one of those folders.
Then I choose "Check for modifications", enabled "show unmodified files".

The only folder showing up was 'bin', and that one can be ignored by
adding 'bin' to the ignore pattern.

So, you really have to stop just telling us that 'they're not ignored'
but exactly what your working copy structure looks like, the *exact*
ignore pattern string, and which folders/files are versioned and which
are not.

Oh, and you know that versioned items can't be ignored at all?

Stefan

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