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Ignoring Targets with Path

From: David G. <lightman_at_fastmail.fm>
Date: Mon, 16 Nov 2015 12:11:49 -0800


I notice with TortoiseSVN that I can right-click and "ignore" a file or
directory. Is there a reasonable way to ignore a file or directory with
a qualified path - relative and/or absolute? I don't necessarily want
to blanket-ignore all directories with a particular name, when I want to
ignore a specific directory. Likewise, I might want to ignore a file by
name in one directory and not another.

I assume this is possible, somehow, by editing the ignore list manually
but a context-menu command would be very helpful.


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