|Subject:||[Monotone-devel] Regular expressions in .mtn-ignore|
|Date:||Sun, 17 Jun 2007 23:51:02 +0900|
|User-agent:||Opera Mail/9.20 (Win32)|
Question #1:Is there any syntax to ignore files based on their case-insensitive extension? Currently I ignore all libraries with this for example:
\.dll\> \.DLL\>I can probably remove half of my .mtn-ignore file if there is a case-insensitive solution.
Question #2:I have a file called Debug.something. This file should not be ignored. However I have another directory called Debug which I want to ignore completely. Currently my .mtn-ignore contains this:
[Dd]ebug\>The problem is that the dot in Debug.something marks the end of the word Debug - thus the file Debug.something is ignored, too. I forced monotone to add it to the workspace nevertheless but wonder if can distinguish between files and directories somehow?
Thanks in advance, Boris
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