Funny error

Invoking context menu ".cvsignore" on a ".cvsignore" file correctly inserts the text ".cvsignore" to the file ".cvsignore"
and then asks if file ".cvsignore" should be added to CVS :)

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Pardon me for being a CVS moran, but shouldn't it be in CVS?

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Stephen Kelvin wrote:

Invoking context menu ".cvsignore" on a ".cvsignore" file correctly inserts the text ".cvsignore" to the file ".cvsignore"
and then asks if file ".cvsignore" should be added to CVS :)


Ask a computer to do a stupid thing, and most of the time it will do it ;)

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Gordon

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Patrik Andersson schrieb:

Pardon me for being a CVS moran, but shouldn't it be in CVS?


The folder which I wanted to ignore contains obfuscation logs for our application.
I never want to check those in, even I built an obfuscated version for testing locally.
Still if I check in the ".cvsignore", then our build server who builds 'official releases'
won't check in the obfuscation logs, either.
But for those 'official builds' we need the obfuscation logs.

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