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Re: bug: svn add does not check svn:ignore (win32 v 1.4.2)

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-12-30 14:40:51 CET

On 12/30/06, craigp <craigp98072@yahoo.com> wrote:
> >svn add . --force
> ok, thanks. that works, although it's a bit odd. i now see that command in the
> docs under svn add, but i didn't see the shell filename-expansion override
> phenomenon explained under svn:ignore. for consistency's sake, i think it may
> not be a bad idea to allow:

It is, in a way (depends on how you read it I guess):
"Subversion uses the ignore patterns to determine which files should
not be swept into the version control system as part of a larger
recursive addition or import operation."

svn add . svn import, etc. are recursive addition/import operations.
svn add * is not, it's explicitly adding individual items.

Note that not all shells do this expansion. Certainly most do, but not all.

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