Re: .cvsignore audit

On Sunday, June 30, 2002, at 07:10  PM, Chipzz wrote:

For example excluding the po subdir looks broken to me, because if translators do a cvs commit in the main dir, their changes won't get commited at all... They'ld have to be in the po subdir, which may not always be the case.

That particular example is not a problem. That's not how .cvsignore works. If you have a po directory checked out from cvs, then a cvs commit directory in the main directory will commit it. Try it.

The thing .cvsignore controls is how a non-cvs po directory would be handled. This is not going to be a problem in practice.

    -- Darin

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