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Re: Mark a file as locally ignored

From: Martin J. Stumpf <mjs_at_jhu.edu>
Date: 2005-03-25 16:04:31 CET

> But sometimes you won't create a private branch for ridiculous reasons
> (here, I commented 2 lines in a .htaccess file beacause my local
> apache do not provide a module).
> I know Subversion manage very well branches with cheap copies, etc.
> But in my case, If I'm working on trunk, I won't create a branch just
> for 2 lines (because I have to merge to retreive modifications made by
> other users, etc.).
> I'm not very clear :)
> Sometimes branches are not the best solution.
> Manuel
I know what you mean with just one file or just two lines. How abut
copying the file to a new name, copying your Makefile also, then you can
build (temporarily) with the one you are working on. That way the svn ci
will only flag the file with a '!'.


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