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From Rainer Jung <>
Subject Re: svn ignore for netbeans
Date Sun, 15 Jan 2012 12:39:38 GMT
On 15.01.2012 10:44, Brian Burch wrote:
> When using netbeans as an ide, it will always create a subdirectory
> called nbproject inside the project root directory. That means svn
> status will show this local directory as "?" (not under version control).
> There are no circumstances where someone should be allowed to commit the
> nbproject directory or its contents. When I get around to providing
> sample netbeans project files for tomcat, they should be put in
> res/netbeans with instructions on how to deploy them (into the nbproject
> directory) and customise their contents.
> Would it be possible to add the nbproject directory name to the
> svn:ignore property of the trunk? I can see you have already done this
> for the log and work directories.

I added nbproject to svn:ignore and .gitignore for trunk and TC 7.



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