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How to ignore before importing ?

From: de Boer Ingo <I.deBoer_at_polytec.de>
Date: 2006-01-11 12:29:31 CET


I am also new to SVN and in my test phase, also using TortoiseSVN and eSVN
and a DOS console ;-). I am using WinXP and SVN 1.3.

I searched the Web and also this forum for "ignore before import" but
didn't find any solutions to the following:

I create the repository and I want to import my project to the repository.
But I didn't clean the project, so all the unwanted files are still there,
like *.obj (intermediate object files). And I don't want to clean it.
I want to import all the files from the project, except for the *.obj files.
But how ? I know there is a global config file which I don't wanna use.

From the import help I read
"-F [--file] arg : read data from file ARG"

What is the content of the arg file ? Can I exclude the files there ?
I didn't find any detailed docu about "-F"

Any help on this ?


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Received on Wed Jan 11 12:34:35 2006

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