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Re: [TSVN] Files that stay different across sites

From: Stefan Küng <stefan.kueng_at_wagner-group.ch>
Date: 2004-09-02 13:25:05 CEST

JS.staff wrote:

> I've got a TSVN project that's used by people of different sites. The
> problem it some files (ascx user controls in .net) need to stay
> different in each site (even though they're part of the main folder.
> I could just add them to ignore list - but then I'd loose versioning.
> I could but each ascx variation in a branch, but then I'd have to Export
> from the branch over my working copy (wouldn't I?)
> I don't want to branch the whole project because, apart from these few
> files, It's a single entity.
> Any ideas??

Use a template for that file, i.e. a versioned file but with a different
name/extension. Then each user has to make a copy of that file and
rename it so it matches your dev environement. The copy won't be versioned.

> It would be cute to have a single folder manages from two diferent
> checkouts.... ;)

Read about the svn:externals property.


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