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Re: Make cvs checkout ignore patterns

From: Derek R. Price
Subject: Re: Make cvs checkout ignore patterns
Date: Tue, 19 Dec 2000 09:58:24 -0500

Not really.  .cvsignore is used to specify files to ignore which haven't
been checked in yet.  You might be able to do something with modules
definitions, but there are other reasons to avoid that and I don't think
you can use a pattern.


Derek Price                      CVS Solutions Architect ( )
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Frédéric L . W . Meunier wrote:

> Is there any way to do a cvs checkout ignoring some patterns,
> say *.gmo *.mo *.po? That's what I want. I did the following:
> cvs co -r mutt-1-3-12-rel mutt
> What I want is to never download the *.po files that are
> stored in mutt/po/.
> There's a mutt/po/.cvsignore with *.gmo, but it's of no use to
> add other patterns there because I'm doing a checkout. I
> really don't know where to start. It keeps downloading all
> *.po files.
> BTW, what I'd like is to ignore these patterns everywhere, not
> only from mutt/po/, also from any other checkout.
> TIA.
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