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Re: Excluding a directory

From: S.Ramaswamy <ramaswamy_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-01-28 05:57:28 CET

On Fri, 2005-01-28 at 10:00, Tom Trebisky wrote:
> OK, this is perhaps a simple question, or maybe I
> am suffering from a basic misunderstanding (I am
> coming from a background in CVS). So far I am just
> taking a look at subversion without having dove in yet,
> but subversion seems to offer a lot beyond CVS.
> Anyway, I have a website that I would like to put under
> subversion control. But I would like to exclude
> one or two directories; namely ./images and
> maybe one or two others. If I just import the
> whole website, how do I exclude these selected
> directories?

Check out the global-ignores option in your subversion
config file. If you are on *nix, it's in ~/.subversion
and in windows in the ApplicationData\Subversion directory.

Chapter 7 of the SVN book ( svnbook.org ) has the details,
as well as a section on 'Ignore Patterns for CVS users'


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