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Re: *.p[0-9]* not possible as svn:ignore pattern?

From: John Szakmeister <john_at_szakmeister.net>
Date: 2005-04-05 11:04:24 CEST

On Monday 04 April 2005 22:16, Greg Matheson wrote:
> I want to use *.p[0-9]* as a svn:ignore pattern to match the 400
> postscript files I am generating in my working copies without
> matching my perl files, but it doesn't seem to be being
> recognized. Writing out the *.p0*, *.p1*, etc takes a lot of
> lines.
> My shell recognizes this pattern, but subversion doesn't? The
> book is not clear on what is or isn't recognized. It just gives a
> simple * wildcard example.

No, it gives a regular expression pattern, and unfortunately, we don't
support that. :-( Patches welcome!


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