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Re: Global Ignore Pattern - Ignored!

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Tue, 17 Mar 2009 10:19:37 +0000

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2009/3/17 Tim <timgaunt_at_gmail.com>:
> I'm having the same issue and I just can't get the rules right, I've
> Googled endlessly and tried all sorts of combinations. The issue it
> turns out is that our folders sometime vary in case between bin and
> Bin (don't ask me why!).
> ATM I'm using the following exclusion pattern and it still includes
> bin/obj folders (sometimes just empty folders!?!). I hvae tried
> removing them from the repo first but they're still included...
> */bin* */bin/* */obj* */obj/* */Bin* */Bin/* */Obj* */Obj/* *.suo
> *.user *.ReSharper *_ReSharper* */_ReSharper.* *.resharper
> *_resharper* */_resharper.*

Subversion does not support paths in ignore patterns. At one time it
did so unintentionally, but it no longer does; the 1.5.x docs are
wrong in this respect.

Ignore the folders without leading slashes, and allow for different
case, e.g. [Bb][Ii][Nn] instead of */bin */BIN */Bin

Or use svn:ignore to ignore specific folders.

Note also that if an object is versioned it cannot be ignored. It has
to be removed from the repo and your WC updated first. Sounds like you
already know this.


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