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Re: Force commit of unchanged file

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2006-06-20 08:34:18 CEST

Phil Cairns wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm developing using VC2003, and I used to use a program that would
> parse my resource file and increment the last value in my version
> resource during a release build. This is kind of a nuisance, since
> updating the resource file means that the project is going to rebuild,
> which means that the version number is going to increment, and on it
> goes. Sort of. Because sometimes it builds fast enough, and the file
> system timestamps aren't high-res.
Why tamper with auto generated files at all?. You can insert the build
number into one of your source files by running SubWCRev.exe that comes
with Tortoise and avoid "touching" the .res file altogether.
> Is such a thing possible with TortoiseSVN? Is there an "always allow
> commit" property?
No, TortoiseSVN is a front-end for Subversion and I'm sure SVN it won't
commit without a change to at least one revisioned file.


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