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Re: Exclude Files from commit

From: Michael Ching <michaelc_at_wush.net>
Date: 2004-06-15 13:09:09 CEST

Martin Tomes wrote:

> Fortunately that won't stop a version controlled changed file from
> being committed.
> What it does do is suppress warnings that a non version controlled
> file exists. Typically used to name derived files so svn status
> doesn't list those files with a ? against them.
That is correct. I seem to have glanced over the part about the
configuration file being in the repository to begin with. Nice catch.

The hook and access control methods would work. I believe another
option might be to put the config file in a different repository and
include it with an external. They'd need to explicitly commit the
subdirectory the file was in to have it commit. I'm not sure if
committing the master is ever planned to commit to the externals, but
last I checked it did not. This method would let you commit changes
when you wanted to easily, but could stop most accidental commits.

Michael Ching
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