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Re: Version control by file type

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Wed, 4 Jun 2008 09:08:51 +0100

2008/6/4 Hedley Finger <hfinger_at_handholding.com.au>:
> You can config Visual SourceSafe to only manage files with particular file
> extensions. Is there any way to do this in TortoiseSVN? I am using it to
> version documentation files in XML. But FrameMaker also produces various
> working files while a file is open and, when a crash occurs, recovery and
> working files that have not been cleaned up on exit. There are also backup
> files (no, I can't stop it from doing this).
> I would just like to tell TortoiseSVN which files to ignore.

Settings->global ignore pattern, if you want to ignore certain file
extensions everywhere, or if you want to do it per folder then use the
context menu to 'add to ignore list'.


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