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Re: AW: Re: ignore list

From: Dave Huang <khym_at_azeotrope.org>
Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2011 11:51:24 -0600

On Nov 10, 2011, at 8:31 AM, Gerald Britton wrote:
> in my svn:ignore list. TSVN marks "bar.foo" with a minus sign, but when I select SVN commit from the menu, SVN (correctly as it turns out) shows the same file as unversioned (and not ignored). So, TSVN effectively ignores the file (with the minus sign icon), while SVN does not. In other words, I believe that TSVN strips blanks before the new line in the svn:ignore list, whereas SVN does not.

"SVN Commit" is still using TSVN, not the commandline "svn" client. I think "SVN" in "SVN Commit" is supposed to refer to the Subversion system in general, not the "svn" commandline client.

> I find that inconsistent.

I agree that it's inconsistent, but the inconsistency isn't between TSVN and SVN, the inconsistency is between two parts of TSVN--the part that determines which overlay icon to display, and the part that determines the file status for a commit. Although I would've expected both parts to use the same library... but I have no idea what the overlay code actually does (I'm almost positive the code that determines status for a commit uses the libraries from the Subversion project).

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