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Re: Best Practice for Ignoring Files

From: Jody Shumaker <jody.shumaker_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-31 17:03:23 CEST

> I have a few questions.
> Where do you have the svn:ignore set exactly?

You have to set it on every single directory where you want to ignore
the contents and sub-directories of that directory. So in this case,
you want to recursively set (set it on the highest directory, and all
subdirectories) svn:ignore. Also any new added directories will need
svn:ignore set on them after they are added.

> What does WC stand for?
Working Copy, your local checkout from the subversion repository.

> Do you still get prompted with the _notes directories when committing?
They'll only re-appear if a new directory is added without the
svn:ignore set, and then only for subdirectories of that new

- Jody

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