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Re: MacOSX: svn:ignore - unable to add Icon0x0d

From: Jérôme Seydoux <madbird2_at_free.fr>
Date: 2007-06-29 12:22:07 CEST

the_Alien wrote:

>I observed that if you change an icon of a directory (e.g. copy one
>over the old one in GetInfo window) on MacOSX it creates a file which
>is displayed as "Icon?" but containes hex 0x0d which in turn lets my
>svn scream out loud. I searched on the tigris database but didn't
>find any results.

You can add it to the "global-ignores" item in your "~/.subversion/
config" file. I have not found a way to specify the 0x0d character, but
this expression should work:

global-ignores = *.o (...) Icon[^!-~]

It will ignore any "Icon" file with a trailing character that is not in
the range 0x21-0x7e. If you want to avoid ignoring "Icon " with a
trailing space, you can use an hex editor to replace the "!" by
character 0x1f in the config file. Only files named "Icon" with a
trailing character that is not printable ascii, will be ignored.


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Received on Fri Jun 29 12:22:34 2007

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