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Re: Tortoise - Recognize svn:ignore in Commit File list?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 02 Jun 2009 19:35:34 +0200

eacousineau wrote:
> I've been searching around the web and this mailing list but haven't been
> able to figure out why tsvn seems to be ignoring my svn:ignore list - or at
> least, not hiding the specified files when I go to commit.
> I have it set svn:ignore = "obj/ bin/ *.suo *.pdb" (for VS files), each one
> on a new line. I set it recursively in the source directory, but Tortoise is
> still bringing them up saying they're unversioned.

The svn:ignore property is for single names only. So specifying 'obj/'
won't work, only 'obj' will.


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