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Re: Would like to Remove/Omit a file from the Repo/Commit/Update

From: Johan Appelgren <johan.appelgren_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-07 08:45:31 CEST

On 6/7/06, Paul <trooper_2002@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Dear All,
> I've have TortoiseSVN all set up and running nicely for my requirments, but
> now I have come across a problem, I'm doing a project using VB.Net, and for
> some reason the file name extension of ".suo" comes up with nothing but
> errors, conflict error this, conflict error that, I've come to the
> conclusion that the file is being updated on the fly, so to speak, so when
> TSVN starts trying to update, etc, it throws a wobbly. I don't need this
> file to be in the Repo, but I don't want to delete the file, I would like to
> remove it from being updated, changed, etc..
> Can it be done. I've read the help file (if there is a solution in there, I
> ain't obvsiouly read it properly) I've searched online, and I can't find
> anything.
> Can anybody help me?

You can just make a backup of the file locally before removing it
using TSVN and then restore your backup. Unless the other members your
team has changed the file locally it will be deleted the next time
they do an update so they'd have to make a backup of it as well before
updating. Since it is recreated when you open a solution all this
isn't really necessary though is it?

To avoid things like this you should add
*.suo *proj.user
to your global-ignores to make it easier to not add these files by mistake.


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Received on Wed Jun 7 08:48:14 2006

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