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Re: SVN Ignore Problem or bug?

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-12-04 16:04:30 CET

On 12/2/06, Mike Langlois <mjlanglois@gmail.com> wrote:

> C:\project\0dev>svn propget svn:ignore framework
> *.tp2
>
> C:\project\0dev>notepad ./framework/test.tp2
>
> C:\project\0dev>svn add ./framework/*
> svn: warning: 'framework\basepage.php' is already under version control
> A framework\test.tp2
> svn: warning: 'framework\test2.pp5' is already under version control
> svn: warning: 'framework\test4.pp5' is already under version control

svn:ignore does not apply when you explicitly tell the client to add
the file. The shell expanded "svn add ./framework/*" to "svn add
./framework/test.tp2 ./framework/test2.pp5" and so on. So Subversion
added the file because you told it to.

Normal, expected svn client behavior.

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