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Re: override global-ignores from server side

From: Balogh Péter <balogh.peter_at_xcite.hu>
Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2017 10:58:34 +0200


Yes, I'm aware that adding the .a file manually is possible, but it does
not solve the issue, that we have to check manually after every library
update, if a new .a file is added
And the issue won't show up, until we commit the changes, and the CI
build fails with a linking error
The default list is not large, that's why overriding it does not seem to
be an irrational request
But right now, if I put a .a file in an SVN, I have no way to make it
show up in the status without client side modifications, and I think
it's a really important missing feature

Best regards,

On 2017-09-19 10:54, Bert Huijben wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Balogh Péter [mailto:balogh.peter_at_xcite.hu]
>> Sent: dinsdag 19 september 2017 10:45
>> To: users_at_subversion.apache.org
>> Subject: override global-ignores from server side
>> Hi,
>> I think our use case is not covered even with the recent features in
>> subversion By default, for example the .a files are ignored in the svn clients
>> Since we're developing mobile multi platform titles, it's common to add
>> certain libraries as .a files to the repository Is there a way, to override the
>> client's default global-ignores with a repository specific one?
> The ignores are only applied to files that are not already added, so in your case just adding the files and applying the ignore rule on a system where you do want to add these would just work fine. The default list of ignores is not that large and you can add items via svn:ignore and svn:global-ignores properties on a directory.
> Bert
>> Best regards,
>> Peter
Received on 2017-09-19 10:58:49 CEST

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