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Ignoring files on import/add...

From: Andrew Close <aclose_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-27 17:06:47 CEST

Hi all,

I'm moving a VSS database over to SVN and really don't want to take
all the vssver.scc droppings with me. i saw the option for a
global-ignores property in the config and populated that with *.bak
*.scc
but when i add source checked out from VSS SVN still 'sees' the .scc
files and adds them anyway. i could clean them all up before doing my
add, but i'm thinking that since we're going to have to straddle two
source repositories for a couple months then i'd like to be able to
control what gets added to the SVN repo by other developers. is there
a central way to do this aside from manually policing the SVN
database?
please feel free to point me to to tutorials or docs. modifying the
global-ignores property was what i gleaned from the SVN redbook...

thanks,
andy

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