If you need to access subversion from outside a proxy, you need to edit
~/.subversion/servers and add this:
mySubversionGroup = *.some.domain
http-proxy-host = my.proxy.server
http-proxy-port = 8080
Since Intellij 9.0.3 you now also need to set this information in the svn settings.
How to ignore files on command line with subversion.
I’ve had to google this so many times I thought I would post it.
svn propedit svn:ignore ./some_path
You need this if you want to ignore more than one pattern.
Will open a text editor where you can add multiple entries.
You can also do:
svn propset svn:ignore -F file_to_ignore ./some_path
The -F means ignore a file.
For directory target
svn propset svn:ignore target .
ignores the target directory in the current dir.
You have to remember to commit the directory you have just set the property on:
svn ci -m "Setting the ignore property to ignore target directory" -N .
The -N means non-recursive so just commit the current directory.
It wont have one if the directory you are in is already checked out!
This can happen if at some point you check out without specifying the full path.
svn co svnserver/myproject/trunk ~/myproject
svn co svnserver/myproject/trunk ~/myproject/trunk