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From Thorsten Schöning <>
Subject Re: SVN offers svn:ignore property, but I also need some kind of .svnignore local file (or an extra unversioned version of svn:ignore)
Date Tue, 30 Oct 2012 07:48:53 GMT
Guten Tag Vitor Barata,
am Dienstag, 30. Oktober 2012 um 06:58 schrieben Sie:

> Maybe I called our system the wrong name. It is a homemade system, and
> here are some of the things that it does:

Just to be clear: What you call your build system is used directly by
the devs and something we can think of as some kind of assistant to
get pre configured working copies, right? The devs start this
assistant, choose whatever fits their need and afterwards it is
checking out, setting up and compiling things etc. and during that
process svn working copies are created with versioned files with local
modifications which should be ignored in svn status and comparable

If I understood correctly and you don't have any naming or directory
layout convention to ignore the best chance in my opinion is your
"build system", as if it knows what it does automatically and should
be ignored it should get capable of providing that information to svn.
It could update the user wide configuration for ignore patterns of
Subversion or specify paths to exclude for Tortoise etc.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen,

Thorsten Schöning

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