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Mark a file as locally ignored

From: Manuel VACELET <manuel.vacelet-abecedaire_at_st.com>
Date: 2005-03-25 12:34:52 CET


Is there any way to mark a file as locally ignored?

For instance, I have a file in my working copy, modified for local
reasons. I don't want to commit this file because this is my WC that
have a problem and require a specific hack.

If I use svn:ignore, the file will be ignore in all working copy: that's
not what I want.

My workaround is to commit very carefuly in order to not include this
particular file.

I understand that in SCM world this use case should not exist but, hey,
I'm in real world :)

Thanks for answers


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