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Re: conceptual help with ignore properties

From: Michael W Thelen <thelenm_at_cs.utah.edu>
Date: 2004-07-28 22:30:04 CEST

* Ryan Bobko <ryan@ostrich-emulators.com> [2004-07-28 14:27]:
> 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?

I think this FAQ may answer your question:


-- Mike

Michael W. Thelen
If you don't know where you are going, you will probably end up somewhere
else.           -- Laurence J. Peter

Received on Wed Jul 28 22:30:42 2004

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