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Re: Best Practice for Ignoring Files

From: Kevin Cannon <kevin_at_multiblah.com>
Date: 2006-05-31 16:30:04 CEST

Peter Mounce <Peter.Mounce@...> writes:
> 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.

Hi Peter, thanks for the reply.

I forgot to mention I'm a designer, so I'm not too familiar with how subversion
works in detail. Though I'm willing to learn, but go easy on me. :)

I have a few questions.
Where do you have the svn:ignore set exactly?
What does WC stand for?

Do you still get prompted with the _notes directories when committing?

Thanks very much,

- Kevin

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