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Antw: [***SPAM***] global-ignores problem

From: Michael Gaehwiler <Michael.Gaehwiler_at_griesser.ch>
Date: 2004-09-17 13:41:56 CEST

hi dieter

this is not an issue to svn. it is a command line issue.

the asterisk is replaced with all files in the directory which do not start
with a dot. so if you have the file test.wav and the file test.txt in the
directory and do 'svn add *', then it is replaced by the shell to
'svn add test.wav test.txt'. that's the reason why it doesn't work.

best regards
  mike

>>> Dieter van Uytvanck <dieter.vanuytvanck@mpi.nl> 16.09.2004 16:08:18 >>>
Dear all,

I'm trying to setup a SVN (v. 1.0.7) repository for a directory structure
containing txt and media files (e.g. .wav). There's no need to include the media
files, so I thought adding a line to ~/.subversion/config would do the job:

[miscellany]
global-ignores = *.wav

But when I afterwards run "svn add", wav-files are added too:

corpman@lux01:~/tmp/svn/test > svn add *
A test.wav

The same happens when I perform:

svn propset svn:ignore '*.wav'

Am I doing something wrong here?

Thanks in advance for your help,
Dieter

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