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Re: Where is binary files should be placed?

From: Marcus Rohrmoser <mrohrmoser_at_gmx-gmbh.de>
Date: 2005-03-21 13:41:14 CET

I think only things hard to create (e.g. source code that is manually edited) should go into version
control. Everything else (compile/build output, generated docs etc.) shouldn't be in the repository
at all.

Hope this helps,

oleksa borodie schrieb:
> Hello.
> Help me please I'm new with subversion. Where is binary files should
> be placed? I mean where is build output directory should be? Is there
> any common practice? I'm using MS Visual Studio.
> I could place it inside project directory
> project1/bin
> project1/obj
> and ignore with global-ignores option inside configuration file. On
> the each developer computer this file should be edited - someone could
> forget edit it.
> I could move it out of the project folder
> output/project1/
> project1/
> but what if I will need add some files from bin folder?
> Could you give me advice please?

Received on Mon Mar 21 13:42:26 2005

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