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Re: svn checkout/commit - excluding files?

From: Rainer Müller <mueller_rainer_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2004-12-15 18:22:15 CET

quastst@in-euro.de wrote:
> Thank you Max and Rainer. svn:ignore is maybe a partly solution of it.
> But I'll explain it more detailed.
> Example:
> User A checkes out subdir sub1 of the trunk dir in the repo. Now user B checks
> out trunk dir. B makes a change in trunk and commits. At commit sub1 should not
> be commited to repo.

So user B should not make any changes to sub1? If he does not change
anything in sub1 there will be no change and A could also commit his
changes without any problems.
Even if B changed anything, svn can merge this changes.
Maybe I don't understand the problem...?


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