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excluding files?

From: John Hogenmiller <ytjohn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-01-12 13:44:12 CET


I have a project setup with a specific directory structure:
config.php & www are "site-specific" meaning I don't want to change
them. What I have been doing is changing to the Project directory and
typing "svn update src" in order to update the src. However, I have
made a mistake and typed "svn update" and overwrote my config.php
before I could hit Ctrl-C . Since we might be adding some more
developersI would like to keep these files available in the cvs
repository (for initial checkout of the code) but somehow exclude
files from updates (unless they force an update). It makes developing
and testing on different machines much easier.

I did some basic looking around and didn't see anything on the
subject. If this functionality does exist, can someone point me in
that general direction?

How do other people handle situations like this (other than always
typing the commands correctly -- or is that just it?)?


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