On 21.02.2017 21:50, Tobias Knauss wrote:
> Hi, I am doing C++ and C# development in Visual Studio.
> Each project has some files, that should not be added to the SVN
> repository, therefore their file extensions are set to be ignored. When
> running SubWCRev on my project folder, I found that
> - [bug!] the "unversioned" flag is set if there are automatically
> ignored items (by global TSVN ignore list), but not if there are
> manually ignored items
fixed in r27739
> - [possible bug] the "in SVN" flag is not set if there are automatically
> or manually ignored items
> I expect that SubWCRev sets the "in SVN" flag and removes the
> "unversioned" flag, because ignoring items (files and folders, no matter
> if automatically or manually) means that they should be ignored by both
> TSVN and SubWCRev, and not be treated differently. Please fix that bug.
> About "in SVN": In my opinion this flag means that all items are under
> version control, except those ignored, which usually are ignored for a
> reason. If you don't want to change that flag, please add a new one "in
> SVN or ignored".
"inSVN" means that the item is versioned. Ignored items are not under
version control, so that flag must not be set for ignored items.
Not sure why you would need a flag for "ignored" - they're ignored for a
> P.S. I tried sending this message to the dev mailing list, but it did
> not get listed. Do users have to be enabled for that list?
both mailing lists are moderated, so it can take a while until your
posts get through - I'm not online all the time...
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Received on 2017-02-28 20:55:42 CET