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Re: .cvsignore *.

From: Thomas Bornhaupt
Subject: Re: .cvsignore *.
Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2005 17:10:48 +0100

Hi Mark,

> Given a file 'foo.c', is your compiler creating file 'foo' or file
> 'foo.' ? The "*." pattern requires the dot be a part of the
> filename (at
> least on UNIX and the version of CVS). If you wanted to
> ignore the file 'foo' you would probably need to use
> "[-_a-zA-Z0-9]*" as
> the pattern to ignore.
> You should specify the OS, the version of cvs, and an explict
> example of
> what file or files you are trying to ignore if this is not the case.

I work on Windows, all versions.

And there is 'foo.' like 'foo' like '*.' but not '*.*' or '*'

'*.' means any without extension

But .cvsignore ignors '*.'

I put the name explicit in the .cvsignore file. This work. But so i have to
change all the .cvsignore files.


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