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Re: ignore of specific files

From: Mark Donszelmann <Mark.Donszelmann_at_slac.stanford.edu>
Date: 2004-03-17 18:41:37 CET


> >
> > moving some of our stuff from CVS I did not manage to figure out how
> > to deal with
> > repository wide ignored files.
> In your client's run-time 'config' file, set the 'global-ignores'
> variable.

I guess there is then no way to ignore certain files repository wide,
without explicitly instructing every client to change their 'config' files.

That would in fact still setup an ignore for "all" their repositories.

Is there a way to set "all" my client's run-time 'config' file?
Probably not.

The feature of setting ignores for a full repository (in CVSROOT)
was I guess missed out in SVN.


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Received on Wed Mar 17 18:42:09 2004

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