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Re: config file with cygwin

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-03-31 10:41:06 CEST

On Mar 30, 2006, at 23:51, Steve Kunkee wrote:

> You mention that global-ignores is only for svn-status. That does
> appear to be the case, so it appears that the document is
> incorrect. I'll file a bug report.
> The document (http://svnbook.red-bean.com/nightly/en/svn-
> book.html), chapter 7, Configuration Options, Config, global-
> ignores, says that svn add and svn import also look at global-
> ignores. The book is for 1.2, and I have 1.2.3, so they should match.

No, the documentation is correct: global-ignores also apply to add
and import. That is to say, if you globally ignore, say, files with
names ending in "~", and a directory foo contains files with names
ending with "~", and you "svn add foo", then you won't also add the
files with names ending in "~". If, however, these files are in a
directory already added to your repository, say, and you go into the
directory and say something like "svn add *" then your shell (not
Subversion) expands the * to include all files, even those with "~"
at the end of the name, and Subversion will add them. This is intended.

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