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Re: global-ignores being ignored

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-11-01 10:02:20 CET

On Oct 31, 2007, at 15:32, Michael Hearne wrote:

>> I'm having a problem with "global-ignores" being ignored.
>> First off, platform information:
>> Mac OS 10.4.1
>> svn, version 1.2.3 (r15833)
>> I have the following line in my ~/.subversion/config file:
>> global-ignores = *.pyc
>> (ignoring Python byte compiled files)
>> I had thought from reading the documentation that this would
>> prevent me from seeing these files when I do "svn status", but I
>> still see them. Is this a bug, or something I've not got
>> configured correctly?

Is that a typo or are you really running Mac OS X 10.4.1? The current
version is of 10.4 is 10.4.10 and you should definitely upgrade to it
if you have not already.

The latest version of Subversion is 1.4.5 and you should use that too
if possible.

The global ignores should work. Make sure you have "[miscellany]" on
a line somewhere above the global-ignores line. And make sure the
files are not already versioned. (svn:ignore and global-ignores
applies only to unversioned files.)

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Received on Thu Nov 1 10:05:11 2007

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