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From Willem Jiang <>
Subject Re: The svn:ignore property isn't settled down on trunk
Date Wed, 30 Nov 2011 14:23:52 GMT
Just commit a quick fix for it.
BTW, I'm using git[1] to work on apache camel code now, 
it could be more simple to avoid this issue by add a .gitignore file in 
the project root.


On Wed Nov 30 17:53:33 2011, bvahdat wrote:
> Hi Devs,
> That would be great if some committer would update the svn:ignore property
> on the trunk (as an example camel-jclouds/target folder is considered as an
> outgoing-change on my IDE, or .classpath&  .project by some other camel
> components).
> IMHO this would make life easier for the commiters (while commiting local
> workspace changes directly into svn) as well as for the people intending to
> provide a patch, so that they should not select what to include inside the
> patch what not (out of a lot outgoing changes).
> Babak
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