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Re: Spaces in global ignore list?

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-06-18 10:59:56 CEST

On 17/06/07, Brooks Talley <brooks@illuminati.org> wrote:
> Hi, everyone. I used SVN + Tortoise for years for software dev work, and am now getting it going to version control some music projects.
> One problem I'm having is that I need to ignore files that have spaces in them. For instance,
> Don't want to ignore:
> \songs\structure\structure, Crowd, Rec (33).wav
> Want to ignore:
> \songs\structure\structure, Crowd, Mix (37).wav
> ...I'm scared to just ignore *Mix*.wav, because it's possible other songs/tracks will have that pattern. Ignoring *, Mix (*.wav would work, but of course the whole space-delimited list thing breaks that.
> Ideas?

The ignoring is done by the subversion library, so it would be worth
asking this question on the subversion users mailing list.


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