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Re: Can you add a file to an ignore list?

From: Felix Saphir <felix.saphir_at_kantarmedia.de>
Date: Mon, 07 Jun 2010 16:54:19 +0200

blcArmadillo schrieb:
> I have an issue where I want a generic database config file in the
> database. When I check out the repository I then want to be able to
> add that config file to an ignore list so that the settings I enter
> for my local development environment don't overwrite the version in
> the repository. The only option I see though is Delete and Ignore. Is
> there an option somewhere else that does what I'm asking. Thanks.

The recommended practice is, to have a template file (e.g.
"config.ini.tpl") in the repository, which you then copy to the
configuration you need locally (e.g. "config.ini")

Another possibility would be, to store all your configuration files in
separate branches and to switch between these in your working copies.



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