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Re: Ignore Specific Directory Pattern?

From: Gavin Lambert <tsvn_at_mirality.co.nz>
Date: 2006-10-30 22:26:24 CET

Quoth Steve.Craft@sungard.com:
> I am having a problem setting up the ignore.txt file on my desktop to
> ignore these patterns:
> bin\*.dll
> obj\*.dll
> Can anyone throw me some clues on how to make this happen? I have DLL files
> in a \lib directory, so I don't want to ingore all DLL files in a commit,
> just those that are the result of a compile.

You could just ignore all .dll files and then explicitly Add those that
you do want in version control. As long as you don't forget one you
need then it should be fine :)

If you want to ignore the whole bin and obj folders (which is usually
the case), then you can just add "bin" and "obj" to your ignore list.

Though, I'm not sure why you're talking about an "ignore.txt" file.
AFAIK there's nothing magic about such a file and anything you put in
there will have no effect.

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Received on Mon Oct 30 22:36:42 2006

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