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2009-07-21

My love-hate with SVN, Part 7: Setting svn:ignore properties

If you've inherited code where someone has accidentally committed *.class files, here's how you can find those bin/ folders, wipe them out, and hopefully never see them in the Synchronize view again.

Sure, you could use Team > Add to svn:ignore... on a file or Team > Set Property... on a folder in Eclipse using Subversive, but this is faster and less clickity-click.

for d in $(find -maxdepth 1 -mindepth 1 -type d ~/workspace/ -name "org.eclipse.*"); do
  pushd $d
  svn up
  svn propset svn:ignore "bin
bin/*" .
  svn propget svn:ignore . 
  svn propset svn:ignore "*.class
*/*.class
**/*.class" bin
  svn propget svn:ignore bin
  cd bin
  rm -fr *
  svn delete org
  svn delete model
  # find other deleteables with `svn status`
  cd ..
  svn ci -m "svn:ignore"
  popd
done

1 comments:

St├ęphane Bouchet said...

hi,
The optional Subversive feature "JDT ignore extensions" does the trick for you, too ;)