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Re: svn:ignore vs. .cvsignore

From: Eugene Voytitsky <viy75_at_ukr.net>
Date: 2004-12-08 10:27:04 CET

kfogel@collab.net wrote:

> David Waite <dwaite@gmail.com> writes:
>>I can answer this, because I've seen people as well who miss
>>.cvsignore. Making .cvsignore self-referential and outside the
>>repository, each user is given the ability to adjust their own local
>>ignores, per-directory as they please.

Oh, David thanks a lot for your clarification:
I completely missed to note that .cvsignore isn't under version control!
And just this fact makes .cvsignore so attractive for people like me :)

> Ah -- in other words, there are .cvsignore files, they're just not
> under version control. Thanks.

Yes it is most important fact in discussed topic.

> Eugene, if you don't get a clear response one way or the other after a
> couple of days, I'd say just reopen 2156 and refer to this thread in
> the archives. But be warned that lack of clear response probably
> means no one is going to jump to solve the problem (sorry).

I got the point, thanks.

Best regards,
Eugene Voytitsky
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