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svn:ignore "Out of date"

From: Marilyn Davis <marilyn_at_deliberate.com>
Date: 2005-02-04 21:39:38 CET

We've been really enjoying Subversion.

When we migrated to a different platform, I realized that such a
migration would be smoother if I used the svn:ignore property, rather
than the global ignore, which because it is in config, doesn't come
automatically with the migration. Am I missing something there?

Anyway, I certainly am missing something here:

[root@al doorman]# svn proplist .

No response, so, so far, no properties. I want to use a file to set
my svn:ignore .

[root@al doorman]# cat ./.ignore

So now I use it:

[root@al doorman]# svn propset svn:ignore -F ./.ignore .
property 'svn:ignore' set on '.'

And, with a status, the ignoring happens in this directory. Deeper
directories still have the .pyc, as expected:

[root@al doorman]# svn status
  M .
? mail/move.pyc
? mail/__init__.pyc
? mail/exim.pyc
? mail/message.pyc
? exim/parser.pyc
? exim/__init__.pyc

Next, I try a commit:

[root@al doorman]# svn commit -m 'svn propset svn:ignore -F ./.ignore .'
Sending .
svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: Out of date: '/doorman/trunk' in transaction '102-1'
[root@al doorman]#

So, what am I missing?

Thank you for any clues.

Marilyn Davis

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