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Re: how do I keep a file but remove from being updated in SVN?

From: Nathan Tuggy <bugzilla_at_nathan.tuggycomputer.com>
Date: Sun, 27 Dec 2009 23:03:17 -0800

My limited understanding of SVN best practices (see other threads here
for a better discussion) suggests that a good approach is to generate
these files from templates. The templates are then versioned, but the
generated files are not. Ideally, the files would be auto-generated with
a small (versioned) script, but if that's not practical, hand-generation
will also work reasonably well.

I thought the FAQ might have an entry on this, but apparently not.

On 2009-12-27 20:03, roguecartel wrote:
> I have a few files that differ from local and from staging and
> production. For example:
> php.ini
> configuration.inc.php
> I need a good version to be checked in SVN. However, my local version
> needs to remain different, but I no longer want to see a red 'warning'
> that it is out of sync.
> How can I:
> * keep these files in SVN (they are obviously already there)
> * remove the need to have them updated (I cannot use delete and
> ignore, because I still need these files)
> Thanks.

Nathan Tuggy
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