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Re: Ignoring files

From: Delbert D. Franz <iqdotdt_at_sonic.net>
Date: 2005-01-05 03:09:42 CET

Make sure that each developer's computer has a config file with the
extensions in the global-ignores block of that file. Global ignores
serve two functions: (1) the keep files with that extension from being
imported to a repository, and (2) if such files are added to a working
copy later, they will not appear in a status listing.

AFAIK there is no server-side setting to make this happen. Each client
must have the correct entries in the config file. I forgot this once
and had to do quite some cleanup work!

Delbert

On Tuesday 04 January 2005 04:19 pm, Erick Sasse wrote:
> It is not clear for me how to set some filters for the entire SVN server.
>
> I don't want any *.exe *.dll (and several others) files to be imported into
> SVN by any developer.
>
> How can I do it?
>
> Thanks!
> Erick
>
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