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is there a way to ignore already checked-in files/dirs?

From: Mark <ChicagoMark_2000_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-08-02 21:45:39 CEST

I have a nice set of global-ignors set up on the clients, and testing shows that
they work just great...except when the files/directories already exist in
Subversion. I was under the impression that if you told the client to ignore
files/folders, it would ignore them under all circumstances.

We have a ton of data, so going through and manually marking every directory
with svn:ignore would be an absolute bear.

We didn't get the ignores set before checking in all the files, so unfortunately
that's the situation we're currently in.

So basically, is it possible to force the client to ignore files and folders
that are already checked in?


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