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Re: TSVN 1.6.13 ignores svn:ignore (display issue)

From: Torge Riedel <torgeriedel_at_gmx.de>
Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2011 19:35:42 +0100

Am 14.03.2011 18:37, schrieb Stefan Küng:
> On 14.03.2011 12:22, Bernhard Schauer wrote:
>> Hello!
>> I've an issue with svn:ignore and TortoiseSVN and want to ask, if anyone
>> else also has that issue. The project structure is as follows:
>> maindirectory
>> - subdir1
>> - subdir2
>> - subdir3
>> Where maindirectory and subdir1-3 are under version control.
>> maindirectory has a svn:ignore property set to "bin*".
>> After the IDE (without svn support) builds the project, a bin-debug
>> directory is created under maindirectory and TortoiseSVN creates .svn
>> subdirectories under bin-debug and shows the directory as "changed" in
>> Windows Explorer (Windows XP).
> That's not possible. TSVN would not create .svn subdirectories in
> non-versioned folders. Never, ever.
> So either you have a folder with that name that's already versioned, or
> your IDE moves folders around and actually moves/copies the .svn folders
> from a versioned folder to the bin-debug folder. But TSVN would never do
> that.
> Stefan

Yes, that's just what I want to write what could have caused this "problem": Lot's of IDEs copy additional files to runtime directories from other locations which are under (sub)version control. And most of those IDEs do not support a filter for that ...



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