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Setting up local ignore list

From: Kevin Nowaczyk <beakerboy99_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-12-19 14:04:01 CET

I've read the FAQ and read through sections of the SVN
book that I thought could answer this, but didn't find
an answer. I have full access to an SVN repository.
There are several directories within this repository
that I want my working copy to ignore. I never want
them copied to my working copy. As far as I know, I
can't use svn:ignore because then that will be set for
all users of the repository, and with the directory
already added to the repository, won't do any good. I
just want a local ignore list. Is this possible? The
only solution I could figure was to remove the entries
from the .svn/entries file. This seems to work until
a file within that list is changed. Then a new
entries file is generated and the unwanted directories

Thanks for any help,
Kevin Nowcazyk

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