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RE: Svn:ignore only an extension?

From: Dale Worley <dworley_at_pingtel.com>
Date: 2005-01-19 23:42:30 CET

-----Original Message-----
From: Dassi, Nasser [mailto:NDassi@141xm.com]

So, when I tried the command:
  svn propset svn:ignore / *.ABC -R

... It was ignoring it, and the "svn status" still displayed the *.ABC

I think you wanted to say "svn -R propset svn:ignore '*.ABC' /...".

The first thing after "propset" is the name of the property to set,
"svn:ignore". The second thing after "propset" is the value to give the
property. In this case, you want that to be *.ABC. But you have to protect
the * from being expanded by the shell, so you have to say '*.ABC'. The
things after that are the files/directories which you want to assign the
property to.

You can always check that you did the assignment correctly using "svn


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