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moving a file out and back again or renaming it

From: Gabor Grothendieck <ggrothendieck_at_myway.com>
Date: 2004-11-22 00:47:38 CET

I have source code in svn that includes a file with information
on which tells my build procedure which svn files to exclude
when building. If that file is missing then it will build
all the files.

Sometimes I don't want to exclude the files listed in my
exclusion files but other times I want to force all files
to be built.
Can I move the file with the exclusion information out temporary,
do my build and move it back or will that result in the file
being recommitted by svn? Or what about just renaming it
temporarily and back again? Will that cause svn to recommit it?

(The alternative would be to copy all the files out to a
temporary directory and then delete the exclusion file from that.)

Thanks.

I am and using TortoiseSVN.

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