I have a project with directories 6 layers deep (or more)
I have numerous folders titled "sessions" with session files inside that always start with sess_ ie;
There are many folders that start with sessions ie;
When I am in the root of my project (core-folder) and do an svn add * to add all files in this repo I :
* DO want it to add the folders called sessions
* DO NOT want it to add any of the files that start with sess_ in any of the folders
I have researched global-ignores but am uncertain of how best to apply.
I would like to have only ONE file for instance [url removed, login to view] that contains all wildcard ignores ie; sess_* and applies it RECURSIVELY to all child folders.
Also, when I use svn add * --force will this add these anyway ?
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