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Re: ignore all except .txt

From: Konstantin Kolinko <knst.kolinko_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 5 Jul 2008 12:56:54 +0400

2008/7/4 emccaughan_at_googlemail.com <emccaughan_at_googlemail.com>:
> I want to only add files with .txt and ignore all other files, is this
> possible without having to add every other file type I'm likely to
> come across (a lot)?
>

"... without having to add every other file type..."

I suppose you mean here "without having to add it to svn:ignore property
value or to the global-ignores config option".

Just a suggestion: the svn:ignore pattern does hide the unversioned files
that match the pattern from the commit dialog, and it does not hide
the files that are already under subversion control.

You may resort to configuring the property to match any names ("*"). You
will have to explicitly select and add to the version control all new txt files
and subfolders that you are working with.

> also, how likely is it to bork horribly if the same subfolders are
> being checked into different repositories eg:
> /foo/bar to repo 1
> /foo/ to repo 2
> can they both remember their own settings?
>

"...if the same subfolders..."

I do not understand what your "same" means here.

Firstly, a folder or file in the working copy cannot belong to several
repositories simultaneously.

Secondly, a subfolder in a working copy can belong to a different repository.

As long as there is no conflict (as long as this repository does not have
a subfolder with the same name).

The svn:externals property is used to maintain such enclosed
external working copies, if their relationship is steady.

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