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Re: What am I doing wrong?

From: Yaakov Chaikin <yaakov.chaikin_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-13 17:54:13 CET

Thanks... That worked...

Is it possible to set an svn:ignore property on a directory and have
it propogate to subdirectories?

I keep trying to tell it to ignore *.class files, but it still adds
them when I do an "add". I am doing all this on Windows (with cygwin)
if that matters... I just want to do this once in the most top-level
directory (of this particular working directory) and have it ignore
".metadata folder" and all ".class" files no matter where they are in
the folder tree. Is this possible? I was under the impression that
svn:ignore let you specify patterns...

Thanks,
Yaakov.

On 2/13/06, Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1@ryandesign.com> wrote:
> On Feb 13, 2006, at 02:11, Yaakov Chaikin wrote:
>
> > I have a rep check out to folder CourseJSP. In that folder I have a
> > folder called "code". Inside the code folder I have a lot of different
> > folder and one ".metadata" folder (from Eclipse).
> >
> > I am trying to set it up so the ".metadata" folder is ignored and not
> > added to version control. Nothing in CourseJSP folder is of yet
> > checked in (added).
>
> Set the "svn:ignore" property of the "code" directory to the string
> ".metadata".
>
> In the working copy, do this:
>
> svn propset svn:ignore .metadata code
>
> Or, if you're already in the code directory, do this:
>
> svn propset svn:ignore .metadata .
>
>

--
Yaakov
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