> Consider the following solution/project structure:
> - AProj
> --- AProj.vcproj.COMP.XXX.user
> - BProj
> --- BProj.vcproj.COMP.XXX.user
> Note that these *.user files are just temporary files created by Visual
> Studio and should not be submitted to SVN. The files are not versioned. Also
> the case of *.user extension is the same in all cases.
> During the commit of Root both *.user files are displayed in the Commit
> dialog. When I right click the first and from the Tortoise context menu I
> choose ignore *.user it ignores only the AProj....user file. I have to right
> click on the BProj...user file too. Maybe the *.user works only on given
> folder - in this case on AProj folder. Adding a 3rd item to the Tortoise
> context menu e.g. Ignore all *.user - which would ignore all *user files
> from root folder recursively, would be helpful. Note that my solution
> contains about 50 projects and ignoring all *.user files are painful...
> Do we have any workaround for this?
>> I have problem to add the
>> Project.vcproj.WORKGROUP.Abyss.user files to the ignore
>> list. The Visual Studio solution contains 20 projects and each of them
>> contains such xxx.user file. I would like to add all such files to the
>> ignore list. I tried to use "Add to ingore list" -> *.user command but it
>> does not work. I had to add the user files for each project one by one.
>> One idea how to do this in one step? Is it a bug?
> This normally works. I frequently ignore *.o or *.obj
> Are the files already versioned? You cannot ignore versioned files.
> Check case sensitivity. *.user *.User *.USER are all different.
You may add *.user in global-ignores list in
C:\Documents and Settings\user\Application Data\Subversion\config
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