Files ignorieren unter Subversion auf Mac OSX

Freitag, 27.11.2009, 06:52 > da]v[ax

Um unter Mac OSX Dateien auf die Ignore-Liste von Subversion zu setzen, muss man die Datei

~/.subversion/config

ändern. Diese enthält die Zeile

#global-ignores = *.o *.lo *.la #*# .*.rej *.rej .*~ *~ .#* .DS_Store.

bei der man den Kommentar entfernt und die man anschließend beliebig erweitern kann
(gefunden bei mizine)

Ein anderer Weg sieht so aus:
You can do this by editing the svn property called svn:ignore as follows:

svn propedit svn:ignore ./some_path

When you run that command svn will open your text editor, and this is where you can define patterns or specific files to ignore. If you place a * in the property file, it will ignore all files in the directory you specified ./some_path

*

The svn:ignore property as far as I know only supports the * as a wildcard. It doesn't support regular expressions, or anything fancy like that.

Having the wildcard is quite handy though, because you can do things like this:

*.class
test_*

Which will ignore all your files that end in .class or any file that starts with test_.

    svn propedit svn:ignore ./some_path

(gefunden bei pete freitag)