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RE: Best Practice for Ignoring Files

From: Peter Mounce <Peter.Mounce_at_whitbybird.com>
Date: 2006-05-31 14:25:46 CEST

> From: news [mailto:news@sea.gmane.org] On Behalf Of Kevin Cannon

> I have a site with a directory structure something like this:
> index.html
> _notes/index.html
> _notes/dwsync.xml
> about/_notes/dwsync.xml
> about/_notes/dwsync.xml
> I want to ignore the _notes/ directories and files in that
> directories. I've tried using TortoiseSVN's global ignore,
> and also the svn:ignore setting with mixed results. I still
> often see the _notes/ directory when I do a commit, and with
> the svn:ignore thing it doesn't seem to get all the subdirectories.
> If anyone tell me what the best practice way to do this
> consistently and efficiently that would be great.

I have "_notes" as one line of my svn:ignore, which I maintain
recursively through my WCs. That is, if my tree grows, I re-propagate
svn:ignore recursively from the root of the WC. This works.


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