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Re: Help>>>I don't want to commit a file

From: Gavin Lambert <tsvn_at_mirality.co.nz>
Date: 2006-11-12 23:00:28 CET

Quoth netawater:
> Thank you!
> However I need uncheck it every time, :(.

If it's a file that you never or seldom want to commit, then you can set
up something where you have a master file that is in source control and
that you (usually) never modify. Then as necessary you copy it to some
other file which *is* in the ignore list, thereby letting you make
host-specific changes which won't get propagated to other users.

If it's a file that you will want to commit when you've finished your
current set of changes, but don't want to commit just yet, then yes,
you'll have to uncheck it every time.

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Received on Sun Nov 12 23:05:08 2006

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