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ignore of specific files

From: Mark Donszelmann <Mark.Donszelmann_at_slac.stanford.edu>
Date: 2004-03-16 21:59:04 CET


moving some of our stuff from CVS I did not manage to figure out how to deal with
repository wide ignored files.

In CVS these are in CVSROOT, so is there something like that in SVN?

The manual only stated:

svn:ignore (as property on a directory)
registry / user ignored files (per user)

but nothing on a repository basis?

If not, is there a way to change the default ignores, other than by user config or registry?

It seems to me that in general one would want to keep the default ignores in some file
(svnserve.conf?) rather than in the code. Is there a way NOT to ignore the .o files. If anyone not compiling
code would want to use svn and has .o files (for whatever reason), he cannot...

Mark Donszelmann
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
Received on Tue Mar 16 21:59:38 2004

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