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bk ignore(7.3.3)	    BitKeeper User's Manual	      bk ignore(7.3.3)

NAME
       bk ignore - ignore shell	glob patterns

SYNOPSIS
       bk ignore glob [glob ...]

DESCRIPTION
       bk  ignore  tells  BitKeeper to ignore specified	files when looking for
       extra files that	are not	under revision control.	 This affects the out-
       put  of	bk  gfiles -x and all commands that use	its output, such as bk
       citool and bk extras.

       Typical things to ignore	are object files, core	files,	a.out,	*.exe,
       and the like.

       Patterns	 that  do  not	contain	 a  slash  (`/') character are matched
       against the basename of the  file;  patterns  containing	 a  slash  are
       matched	against	 the  pathname of the file relative to the root	of the
       repository.  Using './' at the start of a  pattern  means  the  pattern
       applies only to the repository root.

       For  example,  if you always want to ignore files named JUNK regardless
       of which	directory they are in, you can say

	   bk ignore JUNK

       This matches JUNK and sub/dir/JUNK but not JUNK-PRECIOUS.

       If you want to match a file in just one subdirectory, you can do

	   bk ignore sub/directory/this_one

       which matches sub/directory/this_one but	not other_dir/this_one.

       If you want to ignore just the JUNK file	at the root of the repository,
       you can do

	   bk ignore ./JUNK

       which matches JUNK but not sub/dir/JUNK.

       You can also prune certain subdirectories of your repository by append-
       ing " -prune" to	the  directory	path;  no  BitKeeper  operations  will
       descend into that directory.

	   bk ignore 'sub/dir/build -prune'

       Note:  It's  important  to  use	the  quotes as shown when using	-prune
       because each command argument is	treated	as a  separate	pattern.   You
       may  use	-prune only with directory paths that are relative to the root
       of the repository.

       Pruning large non-revision controlled directory trees  that  appear  in
       your repository can significantly improve performance in	some cases.

       With no arguments, bk ignore shows the current ignore list.

       The  ignore  list  is stored in the file	BitKeeper/etc/ignore.  You may
       edit this file if you wish; the format is simply	 one  glob  per	 line.
       Editing	the  ignore  file  is  the only	way to remove entries from the
       list.

       The default ignore list is

	   PENDING -prune
	   BitKeeper/log -prune
	   BitKeeper/tmp -prune
	   BitKeeper/writer -prune
	   BitKeeper/readers -prune
	   BitKeeper/etc/level
	   BitKeeper/etc/csets-in
	   BitKeeper/etc/csets-out

       The following additions are suggested:

	   core
	   *.o
	   *.swp
	   *.a
	   *.exe
	   *~
	   *.rej
	   *.orig

ADVANCED USAGE
       You may manually	add additional ignore patterns on a  per  user	basis.
       For  example, if	you have a tendency to have a file called "notes" that
       you never want to check in, and you also	use .xxx as your  junk	files,
       then do this:

	   $ echo notes	>> "`bk	dotbk`/ignore"
	   $ echo '*.xxx' >> "`bk dotbk`/ignore"

SEE ALSO
       bk-citool, bk-extras, bk-gfiles,	bk-status

CATEGORY
       Admin

BitKeeper Inc			      1E1		      bk ignore(7.3.3)

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