Yes, I did. Thanks for pointing it out...
that's strange that this would be the case. It would have been nice to
be able to check such "global" changes into the repository. The
property can still only apply to the current directory, but the values
of that property would span whatever the pattern would be... I am sure
the creators thought this was a bad idea and didn't just overlook it.
Probably has to do with the folder being a first-class object... Oh,
Thanks for the help though.
On 2/13/06, Kevin Greiner <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 2/13/06, Yaakov Chaikin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > What is described here is EXACTLY what I am doing, but for some reason
> > it doesn't work. It must be something small that I am missing.
> You missed this sentence: "The property is set on the directory in which you
> wish the patterns to be applied" as well as it's footnote which states "The
> patterns are strictly for that directory—they do not carry recursively into
> subdirectories." Of course, you could apply the properties recursively.
> If you're interested in global ignores, see
> which was also linked from the URL I pasted earlier.
Received on Mon Feb 13 20:02:22 2006