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RE: Question about Basic Authentication

From: John Maher <JohnM_at_rotair.com>
Date: Thu, 6 Sep 2012 15:52:32 -0400


I am trying to create a repository without a lot of junk that exists
with the source. Namely 2 files and two folders. The import command
doesn't seem to allow exclusion, at least not in the book. These
exclusions also need to be applied to all users so a directory property
is required. But the directory property is not allowed if a working
copy does not exist. This project contains 44 modules in separate
directories. So the best way I can figure out how to do this is edit
the config file, import the project, set the svn:ignore property on each
of the 44 directories and I'm done. In which case every time I add a
module I must remember to repeat setting the svn:ignore.

Note: the documentation says the config file accepts whitespace
delimited "ignores" while the svn:ignore accepts new-line separated
"ignores". I hope that is an error since I do not know if I can type a
new line at my command prompt.

Very tedious, unless, of course, there is a better way.

Received on 2012-09-06 21:54:41 CEST

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