Aaron Wagner wrote:
> I'm not sure if this is expected behavior, but I just found out that
> you can drag-n-drop items onto the repo-browser from windows explorer
> and it will prompt you for a commit message. Neat!
> But the dialog doesn't tell you what files it will commit and I
> found out after the fact that it did not honor my global ignore
> settings. That was a bummer.
> So my question is if this is expected or is it a possible bug?
This is expected. We had it once honor the global ignore settings, but
that's not what people expected when dropping files/folders onto the
Also, the way I personally use this is after I tag a release, I drop the
binaries and debug symbols into that release tag (because I tag the
release, then export that release tag and do a clean build, so I have to
add the binaries *after* the tagging). And since I have all binary
extensions in my global ignore pattern, that would be not what I want.
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Received on 2008-09-20 16:37:03 CEST