I know all the cool kids are using git and their .gitignore files, but in crufty enterprisey-land we still use SVN. I hated always having to ignore bin/obj, etc. for new projects, so a while back I found out how to set global ignores. I wanted to share this info with some co-workers, so I thought it would make a good blog post. That way I’ll be able to refer back to it when I format my HD and forget how exactly I set the global ignores “last time”.
It is really quite simple:
- Open TortoiseSVN settings by right-clicking > TortoiseSVN > Settings
- In the initial General dialog, in the lower Subversion section is a textbox labelled Global ignore pattern. Add your values here
I use VS/C#, so I added
bin obj *.user *.suo, YMMV.