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Re: Feature Proposal: Local Ignores

From: Hendrik Maryns <qwizv9b02_at_sneakemail.com>
Date: Tue, 10 Feb 2009 16:12:16 +0100

Op 09-02-09 16:54 heeft Bob Archer als volgt van zich laten horen:
> I assume you know that global-ignores are a client side configuration.
> These can be used by each user to set up ignore patters for their
> machine. So, you may use Emacs and want to ignore stuff that it creates
> while I use Studio and want to ignore its artifacts?
> I assume by asking for “local” ignores you want something like
> global-ignores but have it only apply to a specific working copy? I’m
> not sure what advantage this has?

Indeed I would like exactly this. For example, for some projects I
manage through Eclipse, I want the .project and other Eclipse config
files to be in version control, whereas for other projects, I don’t want
them in. So I want an ignore only in that particular working copy.
Shouldn’t be too difficult, should it? This information could simply be
managed in the .svn dir.


Hendrik Maryns
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