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Re: Why are these file 'ignored'?

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-28 03:01:56 CEST

On 4/27/07, mal content <artifact.one@googlemail.com> wrote:
> Hello.
> I've recently noticed this in one of my working copies:
> $ svn status powl.o
> I powl.o
> $ svn rm powl.o
> svn: Use --force to override this restriction
> svn: 'powl.o' is not under version control
> $ svn propdel svn:ignore powl.o
> svn: warning: 'powl.o' is not under version control
> $ svn status powl.o
> I powl.o
> What's going on?
> I didn't set the properties manually, so why has svn suddenly
> decided to ignore these files?

I think .o is in the default global-ignores in the default config file
(I don't have an SVN install handy to double-check). Typically one
doesn't version compiled files.

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Received on Sat Apr 28 03:02:26 2007

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