Jul 102021
 

To ignore files in your subversion working directory, try this.

[dan@dev-ingress01:~/scripts]: $ svn st
 M      .
?       helper_scripts
?       show-config.sh
?       test-categories.pl
?       test-new-xml-code-single.sh
?       test-new-xml-code-starting-from.sh

I want to ignore all those files, so:

$ svn st > .IgnoreThese

Then I edit the file, so only the file names are shown. Something like this:

helper_scripts
show-config.sh
test-categories.pl
test-new-xml-code-single.sh
test-new-xml-code-starting-from.sh

Then tell subversion to ignore that list of files.

$ svn propset svn:ignore -F .ignoreThese .
property 'svn:ignore' set on '.'

Now I get:

$ svn st
 M      .

Good enough for me.

If you modifying the file, you need to run the propset command again.

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