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Re: svn:ignore for directories

From: si <sshnug.si_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-01-12 04:53:22 CET

Hi Emmanuel,

> Is it possible to define the svn:ignore property for a sub-directory ?


> What would be the property value in such a case ?
> * dir/
> * ./dir
> * dir
> * ?


> Another question related to the svn:ignore property: when does it
> start to apply ? I mean if I define the svn:ignore property for some
> file kind, does the svn client ignores those files in the working copy
> as soon as the property is set, or does it only appply once the
> property change has been commited to the repository ?

In TortoiseSVN, it ignores it as soon as the property is set.

It took less time to confirm the same was true for the svn client
than the time it took to write this email ;-) hint: svn status


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Received on Thu Jan 12 04:56:10 2006

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