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Re: Can I ignore some changes "in a file"

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Thu, 28 Jan 2010 11:11:00 +0000

2010/1/28 Sertaç CİNEL <scinel_at_aselsan.com.tr>:
> Hi,
> I have searched the forum but can not find a solution for my specific
> problem. I am using SVN with Code Composer Studio application. My Project
> file contains settings of my project and it also includes the "absolute"
> path of the project file. So I want to commit the changes made in the
> project file except a line which states the "absolute path" which is
> different for every user.
> Is it possible?

Sorry, no. Subversion deals only in whole files.

You need to find a way to fix your build environment, i.e. work out
how to stop CCS using absolute paths. Maybe this link will help:

A more draconian solution is to make everyone use the same absolute paths.

You could commit a template of that file which every developer then
copies locally, but this is problematic if the project settings file
contains other information like a list of files in the project,
optimiser settings, etc. Almost certainly it does. Sadly there are
quite a few IDEs which never stop to think about version control and
multiple developers.


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