I'm using Subversion on Unix-based systems.
In my current working directory, the subdirectory
./tmp is managed by Subversion. I would like all contents under
./tmp to be ignored by subversion.
To phrase it another way: When a user does
svn checkout project/tmp, I want them to have the directory
./tmp in their directory. When that same user does
svn stat, I want svn to ignore their temporary files under
./tmp without affecting other directories like
% svn stat ? foo/bar.tar.gz ? tmp/foo.example.org ? tmp/host.log ? tmp/getscript.vba ? doc/Manuals/Nagios ? doc/Manuals/3ware ? doc/Manuals/markdown
I know that global-ignores can be used to ignore patterns like
global-ignores = *.o *.lo *.la *.al *.swp *old .Trash, but can it ignore all files under a given directory? I have tried adding
*/tmp/* to global-ignores to no avail.