After some searching on the web, I found this script:
# svn-ignore - tell Subversion to ignore a file in certain operations.
# See: http://svn-ignore.notlong.com [svnbook.red-bean.com]
test -z "$1" && echo "Usage: $0 FILENAME" && exit -1
for fullname in "$@"
(svn propget svn:ignore "$dirname" | egrep -v '^$';
echo "$filename") >/tmp/svn-ignore.$$
svn propset svn:ignore -F /tmp/svn-ignore.$$ "$dirname"
That coupled with:
for i in `svn status` ; do if [ $i != "?" ]; then echo $i ; svn-ignore $i ; fi ; done
really saved me a lot of work.
I'm looking for a Wade Berrier. And I was wondering if you have been to Norway in 1999, Mosjøen and Evje?
Yup, that's me!
Then I believe I was your Norwegian companion for a while... Do you still use your very old email address at usa.net ?
Sorry, my usa.net address went out of commission shortly after I returned to the States :(
My new address is now showing on my blogspot profile page:
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