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Every time I set up a new Subversion repository I’ve to dig through my previous repositories to look at the pattern to include into the svn:ignore property (which is the one that tells to the svn client which file pattern to exclude from the commit).

Mine excludes all the file with the user’s settings, ReSharper local cache, source control  bindings, code artifacts and other random files and folders I need to exclude on a regular basis.

*.resharper
*.suo
*.user
*.pdb
*.vspscc
*.vsssccc
*.scc
*/_ReSharper*
*/bin
*/obj
*/_ReSharper.*
bin
obj
*.resharperoptions
*.db
*.bak
*_ReSharper*
*.snk
logs
output
TestResults

What’s in your svn:ignore property?

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posted on Tuesday, May 5, 2009 4:51 PM

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# re: What’s in your svn:ignore?

Left by Gian Maria at 5/5/2009 5:49 PM

*.user */PrecompiledWeb bin Bin */ClientBin obj */debug */Debug */release */obj/* */Release *.pdb *.suo Thumbs.db *.ncb *_ReSharper*

# re: What’s in your svn:ignore?

Left by Damien Guard at 5/5/2009 7:07 PM

I published my little list here http://damieng.com/blog/2006/10/12/AnkhSVN-join

[)amien

# re: What’s in your svn:ignore?

Left by Ariel Popovsky at 5/12/2009 12:47 AM

Stop digging old projects, just export your settings to a file and keep it handy. Then you can import these settings back in your new projects.

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