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[Subclipse-users] Ignore certain version controlled files during commit

From: Puneet Lakhina <puneet.lakhina_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 8 Apr 2008 17:17:28 +0530

We have a number of properties files in our project that every developer
modifies in their working environment for testing purposes. Every developer
might have different values in these property files during development. Now
everytime a developer right clicks on a project to do a commit of all files
modified by him/her these files also get selected, and deselcting them
everytime is tedious. Is there someway these files could be ignored by
default. If anyone wants to actually commit values then they can select it

The other way this might work is that everyone commits these files during
commits, but somehow they are ignored during updates. Any clues on this? Are
we doing something wrong?

These files are a part of the project and are not derived resources, hence I
dont think not addidng them to version control is a solution.

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