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Why not? SmartCVS also can do it :)

Tom

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Hello, Michael!
You wrote on Mon, 12 Jul 2004 12:19:48 +0400 (MSD):

MD> you can ignore the .cvsignore file itself.
MD> does not sound logical ;)

Why? :)
CVS client will find for .cvsignore to know that files it should ignore.
So, it read it and see that .cvsignore must be ignored too
It is logical, i guess :)

Thanks!
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Alexey Efimov, Java Developer
Tops-BI
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seems like you are right - on Monday morning I should think twice before complaining ;)

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