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Re: Ignoring files on import/add...

From: Andrew Close <aclose_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-27 18:00:21 CEST

On 4/27/07, Andy Levy <andy.levy@gmail.com> wrote:
> If your config file is set up properly, TSVN shouldn't pre-select any
> files matching the ignore patterns when you add a directory.


does the config need to be set up on the client or the server? and
what constitutes a correct config file? i used the template that
installed with SVN on the server, uncommented the global-ignores and
added the file extensions i wanted ignored, i.e.:
global-ignores = *.bak *.scc *.class *.log
i then restarted svnserve. however i still see .scc files being
selected by Tortoise and the cl svn client.
i was really hoping there was a server-side way to centrally detect
and remove these droppings so that we didn't have to configure the
client on all the devs machines...


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Received on Fri Apr 27 18:01:12 2007

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