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Re: Avoiding certain files in some checkouts

From: Robert Guthrie <rguthrie_at_pobox.com>
Date: 2004-03-09 18:26:48 CET

I just occured to me that you could have a cgi script that interfaces
with subversion's apache module(s). I know very little about them at
the moment, being a newbie and all, but it seems that you could create a
cgi subversion filter that automatically removes the undesireable files
from any branch, while still allowing you to use he standard URLs for
checking out working copies.

Or some kind of post-commit script in subversion which merges changes
from the trunk into a branch that has those undesireable files filtered
out with the "ignore" property (chapter 7 of the subversion book). Then
you have a constantly updated version of your sites ready for "live"
exporting. I don't know that this would work, but it's worth an experiment.

HTH

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