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Re: How to "unignore" a file?

From: Felix Saphir <felix.saphir_at_kantarmedia.de>
Date: Mon, 16 May 2011 17:03:24 +0200

Am 16.05.2011 16:40, schrieb Fabrice Triboix:
> I want to add a blah.asm file to my project. This is a source file, I
> do want to add it to svn.
> The tortoiseSVN context menu does not have an "add" menu item, I
> suppose because it is configured by default to ignore "*.asm" files.
> How can I tell TortoiseSVN to "unignore" that file?

Are you sure the parent directory is versioned? I can "Add ..." all kind
of files, even ignored ones (which does not come as a surprise).

There is an ignore pattern in the settings dialog that you might want to
check, and also the svn:ignore property of the directory the file is in.
But ignoring a file (by pattern) is just a hint to subversion, that this
file need not be displayed in e.g. a status output, that's all.



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Received on 2011-05-16 17:03:34 CEST

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