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A couple of questions on revert and svn:ignore

From: Jiho Han <jhan_at_InfinityInfo.com>
Date: 2006-09-15 21:26:27 CEST

First question is whether propset svn:ignore takes effect after a
commit.
For example, if you have a test.suo file and you set svn:ignore to *.suo
and svn add test.suo, what should happen?

The second question is, if you just svn added a file (i.e. test.suo from
above) and issue a svn revert, why is test.suo still show up with the
status of A when you do svn status?
I guess I am not quite understanding the functionality of revert. So
then, if you wanted to cancel an add, how would I go about it?

Thanks

Jiho Han
Senior Software Engineer
Infinity Info Systems
The Sales Technology Experts
Tel: 212.563.4400 x6375
Fax: 212.760.0540
jhan@infinityinfo.com
www.infinityinfo.com <http://www.infinityinfo.com/>

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