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output of SVN status, question mark lines

From: nick downing <nicholas_downing_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Sun, 11 Jan 2009 14:49:03 -0800 (PST)

hi all,

Just a minor question.  When I do svn status I get output such as this:
?      ad
?      bd
?      a0
?      a1
?      b0
?      b1
which are temporary files and not under version control.  Using svn propedit svn:ignore . I made an exclusion list:
a0 a1 ad b0 b1 bd
yet it doesn't seem to have any effect.  For some reason .o files don't seem to be listed but other files are.  Maybe someone has put .o in a global exclusion list when setting up svn, I'm not sure.  How can I locally suppress specific files in a directory?

Please would you be so kind as to cc: me at nicholas_downing_at_yahoo.com as I haven't subscribed, I don't have a good system for handling large volumes of email at the moment and it didn't seem worth setting it up for such a minor question.

Many thanks,
cheers, Nick


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