Use of svn:ignore
bernhard at intevation.de
Fri Jun 20 17:03:28 CEST 2008
Am Freitag, 20. Juni 2008 16:27:19 schrieb Anthony Lenton:
> Very few directories (maybe none?) in the repo have the svn:ignore
> property set, which makes svn status report a whole list of files that
> aren't in the repo and that we know that never should be. I find that
> this can be a bit confusing and lead to me forgetting to add a file
> that should be added to the repo.
> Are we not using the svn:ignore property for some reason? I find
> handy to add at least *.pyc and *~ to the ignored list. Can I feel
> free to add these to the ignored list in the directories I'm working
feel free to add entries to svn:ignore.
Us not using it probably just has historic or development style reasons.
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