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conceptual help with ignore properties

From: Ryan Bobko <ryan_at_ostrich-emulators.com>
Date: 2004-07-28 22:26:48 CEST

Hi Folks,
I'm looking for ideas to fit subversion into my development team's work
style. Basically, we have a repository of webpages we're working on, but
each developer has a configuration file that is unique to their machine.
This configuration file is necessary for the proper operation of the
site, so a generic file--which may be changed occasionally--should be
part of the repository, but in general, the developers want the file
ignored when updating and commiting to the repository.

Is the only solution to set the ignore property on the file for normal
use, but then un-ignore it when the file really has to be changed? Is
there a better way?


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