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Re: Include / Exclude Path woes Was: TSVNCache and Handles on USB Dri ve

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-12-18 12:26:15 CET

On 12/18/06, Lübbe Onken <l.onken@rac.de> wrote:
[snip]
> > Now, if you set c:\Delphi* as the include pattern, then
> > c:\Delphi\generatedoutput is included too.
>
> That is exactly the reason why I wrote "Include C:\Delphi" (without "*")
> should include C:\Delphi and all its *versioned* subfolders.

What exactly are those patterns used for again?
Oh, yes: to tell the cache which folders to scan so it doesn't have to
scan everything just to find out whether something is versioned or
not.

That means: "should include C:\Delphi and all its *versioned*
subfolders" just doesn't work, because that pattern is actually there
to tell the cache what's versioned and what's not.

> The hint text also mentions files. Can we explicitly in/exclude a single
> file from being monitored?

Jein.
If you change an excluded file, then the notification won't trigger a
recrawl in the cache, i.e. the cache will ignore the change
notification of that particular file.
But it will still be included if it's versioned and another event
triggers the cache to crawl the folder where that file is in.

Stefan

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