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Re: Suggestion : "ignore" a versioned file

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-07-27 18:10:08 CEST

fj wrote:
> Julien -
> Yep, I know exactly what you mean, and I agree this would be useful.
> Config files are a very good example of this. At one place I worked we
> had standardized build files (Ant) that we'd include with each new
> project set-up. Anyone needing to set themselves up to run builds made a
> number of path modifications to their local working copies of those
> files. Generally, we didn't check-in any of those modified files because
> potentially we'd have as many different variations of them as there were
> machines on which builds were set up to run.

Please have a look at the TSVN build scripts (they're NAnt scripts, not
Ant, but you'll get the point).
We also have to use (sometimes) full paths, but we put those into
separate files (*.tmpl), which each user has to make a copy, remove the
.tmpl extension of the copy, then edit that file to suit the absolute paths.

The main build script checks if those user defined files are present and
errors out if they're not.


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