Category Archives: SCM

Telling Subversion to Ignore a Directory

I just ran into a subversion headache, telling subversion to ignore a a directory.  Telling subversion to ignore a directory is painless (in my case the directory is tmp): $ svn propset svn:ignore tmp .$ svn commit –m “ignoring directory … Continue reading

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How To Manually Recursively UNLOCK files in Subversion (svn)

Today, something bizarre happened to me – another developer asked me to unlock a file he needed in subversion.  Huh?   Turns out I had locked 379 random files throughout the subversion repository through no fault of my own.  The previous … Continue reading

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[git] .gitignore for XCode

Git isn’t supported within XCode.  In order to get git to work smoothly with XCode, you will need to make sure you instruct git on how to treat the project files properly. You will need to create a file entitled … Continue reading

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