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Problem excluding files using "global-ignores" setting in config file

From: Andy Markham <andy.markham.admin_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-10-11 00:21:36 CEST

I have been using Subversion for a few weeks now and have been ignoring
files that show up in the 'svn status' command that I know shouldn't be
under version control. However, it's time to fix that.

When I uncomment the "[miscellany]" and "global-ignores = ..." lines in the
config file and then add "*.tpl.php" to the end, it still shows me files
that match that pattern.

Basically, I'm working on an osCommerce site with Smarty templates and I'm
hoping to exclude all of the compiled templates that end up in the
"templates_c" directory. When compiled, the template files (ending in .tpl)
in the "templates" are given an extra .php extension (e.g. filename.tpl.php)
and put in the "templates_c" directory.

My global-ignores line looks like this:

global-ignores = *.o *.lo *.la #*# .*.rej *.rej .*~ *~ .#* .DS_Store

However, I see the following when I run 'svn status':

M gp/includes/modules/payment/merchantpartners_cc.php
M gp/templates_c/%%123^%%123631881^product_info.tpl.php
M gp/templates_c/%%214^%%2140183840^popup_dimensions.tpl.php
M gp/templates_c/%%117^%%1172603085^index.tpl.php
M gp/templates/checkout_success.tpl

Any help would be appreciated.

Received on Tue Oct 11 00:23:56 2005

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