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[TSVN] Winrunner and tortoisesvn question.

From: Borham, Hazem <hborham_at_BenefitPoint.com>
Date: 2005-04-26 18:31:21 CEST



I am currently evaluating tortoisesvn as a file versioning system for
our QA automation team. Our automation tool is currently WinRunner and
we use PVCS as our version control system.


A WinRunner script typically includes many files and folders, however,
only a few of these files are necessary when editing the scripts and all
are necessary in order to run the script. For example, a common script
directory in WinRunner looks like this:


WRscript\script (text file)

WRscript\header (text file)


WRscript\data\ data.xls


WRscript\exp\def (text file)





The files in bold (script and data.xls) are files we check in/out to
update on a regular basis.


The items not in bold are files and folder structures required to run
the script and for WinRunner to recognize that it is a script. In
addition, the files not in bold are not updated, they are only versioned
once so that we can get the complete structure when creating new


Is there a way to setup my repository so that I can version base files
once and not be prompted to commit them when there are changes?


Thanks in advance.




Hazem Borham
QA Automation Engineer, Sr.
BenefitPoint, Inc.
* hborham@benefitpoint.com
* 415.277.5624
* *415.710.5175
* *415.277.5699


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