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Re: Svn:ignore only an extension?

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-01-19 22:39:40 CET

On Wed, 19 Jan 2005 16:30:16 -0500, Dassi, Nasser <NDassi@141xm.com> wrote:
> Hi. How can I "propset" to ignore any/all unversioned files of a certain
> extension (e.g. ".abc") ?
> Nothing I have tried with "propset global-ignores" or "propset svn:ignore"
> work. Do any of you guys know how to allow a working copy to perpetually
> ignore an extension?
> I know changing attributes to "hidden" would allow this, but the files do
> get used and I would rather ignore the extension for all future instances of
> it existing :o)

From 'svn help propset':

    svn:ignore - A newline separated list of file patterns to ignore.

So I guess you will need to specify a file pattern, not an extention.
Something like *.abc should do then...

svn help is your friend :-)

> Thanks in advanceā€¦



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