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Re: Including instead of ignoring files

From: Fabian Cenedese <Cenedese_at_indel.ch>
Date: 2005-10-04 14:14:04 CEST

>> Or better yet, is there a better way to work around the problem of
>> having to maintain huge lists of files to ignore for each directory?
>How about setting
> svn:ignore = *
>and manually adding the files you need with "svn add"?
>You can set that in your ~/.subversion/config file.

Depending on your layout and needs I would put most of those
files in a separate directory, e.g. "docs", "development" or whatever
those files are. Like that you only have to ignore the folder and
not every single file. If those files are generated you should look
that they are also placed in one directory(tree) instead of all over
your source controlled files.

bye Fabi

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Received on Wed Oct 5 14:14:58 2005

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