[oXygen-user] Reversing an SVN ignore
Fri Sep 10 12:42:05 CDT 2010
Thanks, David. I edited the content of "dir-prop-base" in Oxygen and saved
it; then after I restarted Oxygen & Subversion I was able to get the folder.
NOTE: If anyone plans on doing this themselves, I ***STRONGLY*** recommend
you make a backup of the "dir-prop-base" file before you try this. You might
end up making things not work the way you want.
On Fri, Sep 10, 2010 at 10:34 AM, Stephen Matlock
> AH! I FOUND IT!
> The svn:ignore property is in a folder **above** the current
> On Fri, Sep 10, 2010 at 10:31 AM, Stephen Matlock <
> > wrote:
>> This isn't really an Oxygen/DITA request, but since Subversion is included
>> in Oxygen, here goes:
>> I use SVN to check out/in my content.
>> Oxygen usually creates a TMP and an OUT folder. Generally these folders
>> contain content I don't need, so I ignore them using the SVN:ignore command
>> in Subversion.
>> But one of my co-writers checked in the content in the OUT folder for one
>> of the projects, and I need that content.
>> How do I reverse the SVN:ignore on a folder? I checked online & wasn't
>> able to find anything useful or that made sense. I looked through some of
>> the files in the .SVN folder, but I don't see anything that makes sense that
>> I could edit to undo this.
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