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RE: AW: Re: ignore list

From: Gerald Britton <gerald.britton_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 9 Nov 2011 05:57:06 -0800 (PST)

> Hi, Gerald,
> Von: Gerald Britton [mailto:gerald dot britton at gmail dot com]
> > Is it reasonable to ask TSVN to remove trailing blanks for the ignore list? It's an easy mistake to make and appears invisible until you really look for where the line ends.
> This will prevent users from adding filenames with trailing spaces to the ignore list.
> Apart from that, silently mangling the users is never a good idea.

I would agree, except that apparently TSVN and SVN behave differently in this regard. That is, if my ignore list includes:

*.foo \n

with a space before the line end, I'm seeing TSVN put a minus (-) sign in the icon in explorer for bar.foo -- indicating it is being ignored. OTOH, SVN does _not_ ignore this file, so it appears in the commit dialog.

So I guess what I'm really asking is, shouldn't TSVN behave like SVN and *include* blanks before the line-end as part of the filename?

> Just my opinion.
> Markus


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