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Re: multiple svn:ignore's in one directory

From: Larry Shatzer <fugazi_at_zyx.net>
Date: Wed, 14 Oct 2009 11:03:43 -0600

On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 5:47 AM, Matt HArrison
<iwasinnamuknow_at_genestate.com> wrote:
> I've got a project under svn control where I'm already using svn:ignore to forget a specific file in a directory.
> I now have the need to exclude a completely different file in the same directory, which does not match the previous file by any pattern.
> I've tried adding another svn:ignore but it simply overwrites the original. I've googled around for this for a while but I've been unable to find anything that doesn't rely on a pattern.
> I'm a basic svn user, I don't know much about properties so I'm pretty out of my depth here.
> Can anyone advise my options for ignoring both of the files?
> Many thanks
> Matt Harrison

svn:ignore is a whitespace-delimited collection of file patterns. So
just edit the existing svn:ignore and add a newline or some sort of
whitespace, and add the second file. See
for more info.

-- Larry


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