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Re: Global ignore pattern

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Wed, 18 Mar 2009 16:44:01 +0000

2009/3/18 Tamas Grabler <tgrabler_at_nordway.net>:
> I read through all the topics regarding this but could not find a solution
> to my problem.
> I'm using (win32 and x64 at te same time) on Vista Business
> 64bit SP1.
> I'm trying to use the global ignore pattern:
> *[!0-9][!0-9][!0-9].[!sS][!rR][!cC]
> It should select every file which extension is .src and the last three chars
> of the file name are numbers. Frankly I'd be a lot more happier with an
> 'unignore' (as in include) feature, but anyway. :)
> Here are some examples of the files which are included even though the
> ignore pattern:

In order to be ignored the filename has to match the ignore pattern completely.

> itemref6.src

Here the 6 fails to match the last [!0-9]


Here there are not 3 non-digits before the dot.

> AComp_M8s1_20090119.cmp

Again there are 3 digits before the dot and your ignore pattern
requires 3 non-digits.

In short you cannot use the ignore pattern as an unignore pattern.
Ignoring is implemented in teh subversion library so you would have to
request such a feature on the subversion mailing list instead of this


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