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Re: SVN doesn't like .so files?

From: David Chapman <dcchapman_at_acm.org>
Date: Fri, 10 Oct 2014 11:35:11 -0700

On 10/10/2014 11:19 AM, James wrote:
> I am trying to add an existing project into the SVN repository. It
> seems work but when I check them out in a new location, I found all
> .so files are not present. Then I look at the repository, these .so
> files from JDK are not there.
> Any workaround? I am using 1.8.10(r1615264) svn. The command I used to
> add project is "svn import -m "my message" .
> svn://homeNetworkIP/repositoryName".
> Please help,
> Thanks,
> James

Look in "~/.subversion/config", section "[miscellaneous]" for
"global-ignores". This is a listing of files that are ignored by
default when you import a directory. You can add any file manually, but
derived files like "*.o", "*.so", and "*.exe" (Windows) are often not
added to the repository and so they tend to be omitted from automated

You can of course change the configuration file so that "*.so" files are
not automatically excluded.

     David Chapman      dcchapman_at_acm.org
     Chapman Consulting -- San Jose, CA
     Software Development Done Right.
Received on 2014-10-10 20:35:44 CEST

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