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Instead of excluding files, I need to submit only matching files

From: Christian Treczoks <ct_at_braehler.com>
Date: Fri, 25 Jul 2008 17:36:53 +0200

Dear mailing list members,

I'm using an IDE that creates hordes of temporary files in the project
directory, some of which tend be be quite large and ever changing ;-(

I already moved my sources into another directory structure, but the IDE
project file is always saved to the associated project directory.
My problem is that the IDE spews a large number of temporary files into
that project directory, too, and their naming conventions are so f***ed up
that I gave up trying to find exclusion patterns. I exclude one pattern,
and this software invents ten new ones that do not match any rule. Sadly,
the IDE cannot be taught to behave - they only have an option to "delete
temporary files", which still leaves a bunch of corpses lying around.

Is it possible to teach a Subversion/Tortoise that it should commit only
files matching a list of patterns (instead of excluding matching files)?

Yours, Christian Treczoks

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