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Re: ignore files on import??

From: Marilyn Davis <marilyn_at_deliberate.com>
Date: 2005-01-08 22:08:32 CET

On Sat, 8 Jan 2005, RCS Computers wrote:

> Anyone??

I'll try. But remember, I'm new so I could be dead wrong.

Look in ~/.subversion/config

where ~ is your home directory.

Find the # global-ignores = line.

Uncomment it and add patterns that match the names of the directories
you want to ignore. If there are any files or dirctories that also
match your pattern, they'll get ignored too.

Good luck.

Marilyn

>
>
> RCS Computers wrote:
>
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I would like to import a directory with several directories inside it
> > that I do not want version controlled. I am thinking I will just
> > have to copy those folders out of said directory, 'svn import' the
> > directory, copy those folders back into the directory, and then set
> > svn:ignore for the folders I want ignored.
> >
> > That seems like a pain. Is there a way to tell 'svn import' to skip
> > some directories?
> >
>
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