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Re: How to do a selective in-place import

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-03-07 05:07:03 CET

On Mar 6, 2007, at 07:52, Mirko Vukovic wrote:

> I would like to use the instructions given in the FAQ entry on in-
> place import, but I would like to exclude files with
> extension .pro~ and .BAK. Is that possible?

Yes... you are in control of what you add by which "svn add" commands
you issue. You'd have to "svn add" everything except the .pro~
and .BAK files. That means you'd have to avoid commands like "svn add
*" and instead issue "svn add" commands for all the items that you do
want to add.

If you have .pro~ and .BAK files scattered throughout several
directories, then you can set up a global-ignore list in your
~/.subversion/config file (on Unix; the file is elsewhere on Windows)
to ignore .pro~ and .BAK files. (In fact, filenames ending in ~
should already be in the global-ignores setting that comes with
Subversion by default.)

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