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RE: Re: Feature request: ignore-on-commit setting in repository

From: Jaap Taal <jaap_at_q42.nl>
Date: Tue, 9 Nov 2010 01:57:43 -0800 (PST)

You guys missed my point, gonna try to explain it again:

On checkout I want a fully functional working setup.

This is the most important thing.
Because I want a working setup right after checkout, I need to add every config file to svn.

However, if I would change a database connectionstring or the sample sqlite db file by using my application, I don't want these changes to be committed: that's why we use the ignore-on-commit changelist which is already present in TSVN.

Obivously when a new connectionstring comes up in the config file and the code reflects this I will revert to the default repository version of my config file and commit this (changes will be an appended line). Typically this will merge just well...

So the only thing on top of this that users have to know which files to put in the ignore-on-commit list.

If there would be a tsvn:auto-ignore-on-commit (with the same formatting as svn:ignore) tsvn could automatically add the files to the ignore-on-commit changelist.


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