Commit b6e92074 authored by Nicolas Schwenck's avatar Nicolas Schwenck
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more detailed description of svn:ignore


git-svn-id: svn://svn.iws.uni-stuttgart.de/DUMUX/dumux/trunk@10137 2fb0f335-1f38-0410-981e-8018bf24f1b0
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\noindent In more detail:
\textbf{First}: The command \verb+svn status+ marks all files not under version control with a question mark. Because dunecontrol creates a lot of files automatically this output becomes relatively crowded and one might overlook ``real'' files which have to be added (they also will not be shown by a \verb+svn status -q+).
For the stable part of \Dumux there is the rule to ignore and only to ignore the folder {\em .deps} and the files {\em Makefile} and {\em Makefile.in}.
How to set the svn attributes:
\begin{itemize}
\item[{\em eclipse}] right click on the file/folder $\rightarrow$ ``team'' $\rightarrow$ ``add to svn:ignore\dots''
\item[{\em kdesvn}] right click on the file/folder $\rightarrow$ ``ignore/unignore current item''
\item[{\em shell}] \verb+svn propset svn:ignore svnignoretest .+
\item[{\em shell}] \verb+svn propset svn:ignore FILETOIGNORE .+
\end{itemize}
Commit the changes for example in the command line with \verb+svn commit -m+ to the repository.
Commit the changes for example in the command line with \verb+svn commit -m+ to the repository. It is also possible to use wildcards, e.g., if you want to ignore all vtu-files in your application folder in dumux-devel set \verb+FILETOIGNORE+ to \verb+'*.vtu'+. Remember that such a ignore is only allowed in dumux-devel and not in the stable dumux.
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