On Sat, Aug 1, 2009 at 2:47 PM, Gustavo Vargas <xgvargas_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> There is way to automatically commit a file every time a commit my project
> even if that file is in normal status?
> Lets to suppose I have only 3 files in my project:
> if I made a change in the main.cpp and then commit I want to update the
> main.cpp AND the about.cpp too on every commit. I want do that because in
> the about.cpp file I have some keywords replacement enabled, so when I
> compile my CPP project I will always have a text inside the about.cpp file
> updated with the current version of the whole project. Instead of this today
> I have this same text with the version of the ABOUT.CPP only and this isn't
> what I want...
> Thanks in advance!
> Gustavo Vilela Vargas
> Email/MSN: xgvargas_at_gmail.com
> Skype: xgvargas
You'd be better off putting all version information into one file (say
version.cpp or version.hpp) and having all other files access those
functions/defines - this way it's completely unified. Then, when you're
ready for a new version number, you manually edit the version.cpp (to tweak
the version) and the svn revision will jump also.
Or, I'll also often have a makefile that generates version file for me (from
svnversion). If you're using Visual Studio, that's not very easy though.
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Received on 2009-08-06 20:43:35 CEST