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svn:ingore property changes?

Chris Hostetter-3

i've started to get anoyed enough by the long list of "?" that show up
next to all of the artifcats that are produced by our build.xml that i
finally read up on how exactly to do the equivilent of a .cvsignore and
found that it's entirely controled by a subversion property (which are
pretty easy to use).

would anyone object ot me commiting some prop changes to make subversion
start ignoring the following files/patterns...

        build
        dist
        example/solr/data
        example/solr/bin/*
        example/webapps/*

the "svn diff" is below ...

chrish@asimov:~/svn/solr$ svn diff

Property changes on: .
___________________________________________________________________
Name: svn:ignore
   + build
dist



Property changes on: example/solr
___________________________________________________________________
Name: svn:ignore
   + data



Property changes on: example/solr/bin
___________________________________________________________________
Name: svn:ignore
   + *



Property changes on: example/webapps
___________________________________________________________________
Name: svn:ignore
   + *






-Hoss

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Re: svn:ingore property changes?

Yonik Seeley-2
I'm no svn expert, but it sounds good to me.

-Yonik

On 9/8/06, Chris Hostetter <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> i've started to get anoyed enough by the long list of "?" that show up
> next to all of the artifcats that are produced by our build.xml that i
> finally read up on how exactly to do the equivilent of a .cvsignore and
> found that it's entirely controled by a subversion property (which are
> pretty easy to use).
>
> would anyone object ot me commiting some prop changes to make subversion
> start ignoring the following files/patterns...
>
>         build
>         dist
>         example/solr/data
>         example/solr/bin/*
>         example/webapps/*
>
> the "svn diff" is below ...
>
> chrish@asimov:~/svn/solr$ svn diff
>
> Property changes on: .
> ___________________________________________________________________
> Name: svn:ignore
>    + build
> dist
>
>
>
> Property changes on: example/solr
> ___________________________________________________________________
> Name: svn:ignore
>    + data
>
>
>
> Property changes on: example/solr/bin
> ___________________________________________________________________
> Name: svn:ignore
>    + *
>
>
>
> Property changes on: example/webapps
> ___________________________________________________________________
> Name: svn:ignore
>    + *
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Re: svn:ingore property changes?

Erik Hatcher
I'm reasonably svn savvy, and it sounds great to me.  Sorry I haven't  
done that myself.  I get too used to visually ignoring the ? items  
except when I know I've added code - I should use svn:ignore more  
often myself.

        Erik

On Sep 8, 2006, at 6:08 PM, Yonik Seeley wrote:

> I'm no svn expert, but it sounds good to me.
>
> -Yonik
>
> On 9/8/06, Chris Hostetter <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>> i've started to get anoyed enough by the long list of "?" that  
>> show up
>> next to all of the artifcats that are produced by our build.xml  
>> that i
>> finally read up on how exactly to do the equivilent of  
>> a .cvsignore and
>> found that it's entirely controled by a subversion property (which  
>> are
>> pretty easy to use).
>>
>> would anyone object ot me commiting some prop changes to make  
>> subversion
>> start ignoring the following files/patterns...
>>
>>         build
>>         dist
>>         example/solr/data
>>         example/solr/bin/*
>>         example/webapps/*
>>
>> the "svn diff" is below ...
>>
>> chrish@asimov:~/svn/solr$ svn diff
>>
>> Property changes on: .
>> ___________________________________________________________________
>> Name: svn:ignore
>>    + build
>> dist
>>
>>
>>
>> Property changes on: example/solr
>> ___________________________________________________________________
>> Name: svn:ignore
>>    + data
>>
>>
>>
>> Property changes on: example/solr/bin
>> ___________________________________________________________________
>> Name: svn:ignore
>>    + *
>>
>>
>>
>> Property changes on: example/webapps
>> ___________________________________________________________________
>> Name: svn:ignore
>>    + *

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Re: svn:ingore property changes?

Bill Au
I also just ignore the ? but it would be great to have svn:ignore instead.

Bill

On 9/8/06, Erik Hatcher <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> I'm reasonably svn savvy, and it sounds great to me.  Sorry I haven't
> done that myself.  I get too used to visually ignoring the ? items
> except when I know I've added code - I should use svn:ignore more
> often myself.
>
>         Erik
>
> On Sep 8, 2006, at 6:08 PM, Yonik Seeley wrote:
>
> > I'm no svn expert, but it sounds good to me.
> >
> > -Yonik
> >
> > On 9/8/06, Chris Hostetter <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >>
> >> i've started to get anoyed enough by the long list of "?" that
> >> show up
> >> next to all of the artifcats that are produced by our build.xml
> >> that i
> >> finally read up on how exactly to do the equivilent of
> >> a .cvsignore and
> >> found that it's entirely controled by a subversion property (which
> >> are
> >> pretty easy to use).
> >>
> >> would anyone object ot me commiting some prop changes to make
> >> subversion
> >> start ignoring the following files/patterns...
> >>
> >>         build
> >>         dist
> >>         example/solr/data
> >>         example/solr/bin/*
> >>         example/webapps/*
> >>
> >> the "svn diff" is below ...
> >>
> >> chrish@asimov:~/svn/solr$ svn diff
> >>
> >> Property changes on: .
> >> ___________________________________________________________________
> >> Name: svn:ignore
> >>    + build
> >> dist
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> Property changes on: example/solr
> >> ___________________________________________________________________
> >> Name: svn:ignore
> >>    + data
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> Property changes on: example/solr/bin
> >> ___________________________________________________________________
> >> Name: svn:ignore
> >>    + *
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> Property changes on: example/webapps
> >> ___________________________________________________________________
> >> Name: svn:ignore
> >>    + *
>
>
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Re: svn:ingore property changes?

Ian Holsman-5
you can also edit your .subversion/config file
and uncomment the  'global-ignores' line  if there are lot of temp  
files in various places.

regards
Ian
On 11/09/2006, at 11:32 AM, Bill Au wrote:

> I also just ignore the ? but it would be great to have svn:ignore  
> instead.
>
> Bill
>
> On 9/8/06, Erik Hatcher <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>> I'm reasonably svn savvy, and it sounds great to me.  Sorry I haven't
>> done that myself.  I get too used to visually ignoring the ? items
>> except when I know I've added code - I should use svn:ignore more
>> often myself.
>>
>>         Erik
>>
>> On Sep 8, 2006, at 6:08 PM, Yonik Seeley wrote:
>>
>> > I'm no svn expert, but it sounds good to me.
>> >
>> > -Yonik
>> >
>> > On 9/8/06, Chris Hostetter <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> >>
>> >> i've started to get anoyed enough by the long list of "?" that
>> >> show up
>> >> next to all of the artifcats that are produced by our build.xml
>> >> that i
>> >> finally read up on how exactly to do the equivilent of
>> >> a .cvsignore and
>> >> found that it's entirely controled by a subversion property (which
>> >> are
>> >> pretty easy to use).
>> >>
>> >> would anyone object ot me commiting some prop changes to make
>> >> subversion
>> >> start ignoring the following files/patterns...
>> >>
>> >>         build
>> >>         dist
>> >>         example/solr/data
>> >>         example/solr/bin/*
>> >>         example/webapps/*
>> >>
>> >> the "svn diff" is below ...
>> >>
>> >> chrish@asimov:~/svn/solr$ svn diff
>> >>
>> >> Property changes on: .
>> >>  
>> ___________________________________________________________________
>> >> Name: svn:ignore
>> >>    + build
>> >> dist
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> Property changes on: example/solr
>> >>  
>> ___________________________________________________________________
>> >> Name: svn:ignore
>> >>    + data
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> Property changes on: example/solr/bin
>> >>  
>> ___________________________________________________________________
>> >> Name: svn:ignore
>> >>    + *
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> Property changes on: example/webapps
>> >>  
>> ___________________________________________________________________
>> >> Name: svn:ignore
>> >>    + *
>>
>>

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Re: svn:ingore property changes?

Chris Hostetter-3

: you can also edit your .subversion/config file
: and uncomment the  'global-ignores' line  if there are lot of temp
: files in various places.

temp files aren't the issue ... it's files that are generated/copied as
part of the build.

I'll commit the props when i get to work tomorow.



-Hoss

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Re: svn:ingore property changes?

Mike Klaas
On 9/10/06, Chris Hostetter <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> : you can also edit your .subversion/config file
> : and uncomment the  'global-ignores' line  if there are lot of temp
> : files in various places.
>
> temp files aren't the issue ... it's files that are generated/copied as
> part of the build.
>
> I'll commit the props when i get to work tomorow.

global-ignores is not just for temp files, but any common pattern:

global-ignores = *~ #*# *.class *.o *.pyc ...

-Mike
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Re: svn:ingore property changes?

Chris Hostetter-3

: global-ignores is not just for temp files, but any common pattern:
:
: global-ignores = *~ #*# *.class *.o *.pyc ...

sure, but these aren't common patterns ... setting a global-ignore on
all files named "commit" isn't a good idea, but in the solr project, in
the path example/solr/bin, it is a good idea since that's just a build
artifact.


-Hoss