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Re: Re[2]: Ignoring files on import/add...

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-27 18:04:35 CEST

On 4/27/07, Ingo Schmidt <list@der-ingo.de> wrote:
> Hi Andrew!
> > thanks so much for the reply. i am using Tortoise as the client so i
> > do have to specify the files even if i select a directory.
> Ah, Tortoise! It has its own options. From the TSVN context menu,
> select "Settings" and then in "General" you will find "global ignore
> pattern". Did you actually put your patterns in there?
> TSVN works very well, I do use it, too. It looks to me like you
> confused things:
> TSVN doesn't need Subversion installed. The config file is only for
> the command line version. TSVN stores its config somewhere else.

TSVN and the command-line client use the same config file. I think
the Global Ignore Pattern in the TSVN settings is just for its own
use, but if you set it in the config file itself, TSVN should pick
that up.

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