[cvsnt] Can't create a .cvsignore in Windows

David Resnick dresnick at mobilespear.com
Wed Oct 30 08:04:35 GMT 2002

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You can rename or create the file from the command line:

C:\> echo *.bak > .cvsignore

Editing such a file is no problem from the Windows Explorer.

Message: 6
Date: Wed, 30 Oct 2002 06:24:24 +0000
From: Pedro Pires <pfpi at mail.pt>
To: cvsnt at cvsnt.org
Reply-To: Pedro Pires <pfpi at mail.pt>
Subject: [cvsnt] Can't create a .cvsignore in Windows


 Apparently windows doesn't like file that start with dots, thus I can't
create a .cvsignore file.

 How can I ignore a given filename on a per directory basis? (the -I
option and the CVSIGNORE env var work for all dirs, right?)

Thanx in advance, 
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