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Re: Hidden file added even though it is ignored.

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2005-02-26 00:58:16 CET

Lars Eirik Mobęk wrote:
> Max wrote:
>> Lars Eirik Mobęk wrote:
>>> I do an add (which I thought would ignore the ignored file):
>>> C:\omj\administration>svn add *
>>> A (bin) ~$rketing_og_softwarespek.doc
>> Because * expands to all the filenames, so as far as svn is concerned,
>> the
>> file is explicitly named on the command line, which overrides the ignore.
> Aaah, should have seen that.
> But how do I then do a recursive add through already versioned directories
> while still keeping the ignore feature?
> Neither
> svn add * --force
> nor
> svn add . --force
> work for this.

The first obviously does not.

That the second does not, seems to be a bug.
I tested, and it seems to honour config-file global-ignores, whilst
disregarding svn:ignore properties, which is just bizarre.


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