That will work, but be cautious about the names you put in there — if you have anything else named "build" that you DO want to include in your repository, all SVN client tools on your machine will respect your user settings and not display the resource at all.
 - Quinn

On Oct 15, 2009, at 10:35 AM, Joey Gibson wrote:

On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 1:26 PM, Quinn Taylor <quinntay...@mac.com> wrote: Yes, you should ignore it before commit. Since it is now "versioned" (in the repository) you must first delete it, then ignore it, then commit.


Also remember that you can do global ignores for folders and files that you never, in any project, want to commit. On OSX, look in ~/.subversion for a file called config. Edit this file and search for global-ignores. It will be commented out by default, but you can uncomment it and then add a space-separated list of things to always ignore. Mine looks like this:

global-ignores = build

You may have to restart Versions for it to see the change, but I'm not sure.

Joey

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