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From Brian Burch <>
Subject svn ignore for netbeans
Date Sun, 15 Jan 2012 09:44:06 GMT
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.



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