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AW: Re: svn:ignore and add

From: Sven Steiniger <Sven.Steiniger_at_newtron.net>
Date: 2004-08-23 09:58:21 CEST

So this behaviour is completly different from CVS.
I could think of some special cases where I wan't to explicitly add
an entry which is normally ignored.
But in most cases shouldn't the global ignores always ignore?
For example keeping versioned .bak files doesn't make sense at all.


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Von: Kevin Ballard [mailto:kevin@sb.org]
Gesendet: Sonntag, 22. August 2004 22:26
An: Frank Budszuhn
Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
Betreff: Re: svn:ignore and add

The problem is you're using svn add, not svn import. With the first try
the svn:ignore on the root doesn't block t1.txt from being added since
'svn add *' is the same as 'svn add foo bar t1.txt t2.txt <etc>', and
svn:ignore doesn't affect versioned files or directly adding an
unversioned file.

Kevin Ballard
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