Thanks for the quick reply.
Stefan Küng wrote:
> Werner F. Bruhin wrote:
>> I notice that sometimes un-versioned files don't show in the commit
>> dialog - even so the checkbox is ticked.
>> Have not been able to figure out a pattern but would appreciate some
>> tips on what to look at.
> Are those maybe ignored? Matching the global ignore pattern or an
> svn:ignored property?
They are .py files and my global ignore pattern is:
*.o *.lo *.la *.al .libs *.so *.so.[0-9]* *.a *.pyc *.pyo *.rej *~ #*#
.#* .*.swp .DS_Store
I don't recall having changed this and it does look o.k. to me, with the
exception of "*~ #*# .#* .*" which I am not sure what this does.
In the properties I have only one entry "svn:mergeinfo" for the only
merge I have done on this folder since I upgraded to 1.6.1 and Ubuntu to
8.10 with svn 1.5.x.
:-[ :-[ , just right clicked one of the un-versioned files and yes it
offers me the option to remove ".py" from the ignore list. Which I did,
then I did a commit on the parent folder but I still see the problem
that I have un-versioned files in that folder, right click on one of the
files gives me "add" and still "remove from ignore list .py" - what else
do I need to do to get rid of this ignore?
BTW, looking through the help file I noticed a few "left overs", i.e. at
the end "4.13 Ingoring Files and Direktories" there are multiple
occurances of "CVS" which I think should be "SVN".
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Received on 2009-04-22 09:37:56 CEST