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How to invert the svn:ignore meaning?

From: ANGonline <trimante_at_yahoo.it>
Date: 2007-09-07 12:51:24 CEST

Hi all! I have to version certain file inside a lot of directories containing a lot-lot of other files that have many different and often umpredictable pattern (even files without extension or whaterever format like "checklistfile"). So I'd like to avoid versioning of those uninteresting (to me) file. I found that svn:ignore can help me to avoid the versioning of known *unwanted* file pattern while I olny now the pattern of *wanted* file: *.h *.c *.m. There's something I can do with this? Thanks, Angelo. ___________________________________ L'email della prossima generazione? Puoi averla con la nuova Yahoo! Mail: http://it.docs.yahoo.com/nowyoucan.html
Received on Fri Sep 7 12:48:24 2007

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