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

From: Sertaç CİNEL <scinel_at_aselsan.com.tr>
Date: Fri, 29 Jan 2010 01:01:05 -0800 (PST)

I think I have solved my problem. In TI spra913 document, macro installation is described. By creating a macro.ini at the same directory with cc_app.exe, one can define new macros. I have defined a macro "Project_Dir_Abs_Path" in every computer and show their working directory. By this way everyone has the same project file now.

Thanks all for your contribution.

> Am 28.01.2010 11:11, schrieb Sertaç CİNEL:
> > 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.
> When working with CCS we always defined some driveletters that are
> common on all workstations. These where defined with some 'subst'
> command to the actual paths appropriately. CCS is quiet reluctant to be
> configurable.
> Helge


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