SVN Ignore file

SVN in a similar way has such a way of ignoring files. Normally it uses a different approach to ignore files; http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.7/svn.advanced.props.special.ignore.html https://tortoisesvn.net/docs/release/TortoiseSVN_en/tsvn-dug-ignore.html If you are a git person and admire the .gitignore structure, you can take the similar action accordingly; In the root of the svn project create a file with an empty name

Life saving commands of SVN

Creating a new repo in remote svn svn mkdir https://svn.XXXX.de/repos/xxx/development/PROJECTNAME/trunk -m “create nuspa directory” Checking out a directory svn co https://svn.xxx.de/repos/xxx/development/PROJECTREMOTENAME/trunk PROJECTNAMETOBECREATEDINLOCAL   Gathering information on the repository svn info or simply get regarding urls svn info | grep url Relocating the location of the project svn relocate  https://scm.adesso.de/scm/svn/adessoturkey/development/xxx/trunk creating a new branch svn cp -m

List of life saving git commands

At work we use git and those below commands do really save my day,   Git config git config –global user.name "Tugrul ASLAN" git config –global user.email tugrulaslan@gmail.com git config –global core.editor "'C:/Program Files (x86)/Sublime Text 2/sublime_text.exe' -multiInst -nosession" output: $ git config –global user.name Tugrul ASLAN $ git config –global user.email tugrulaslan@gmail.com Reverting local