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Re: Mark a file as locally ignored

From: Toby Johnson <toby_at_etjohnson.us>
Date: 2005-03-25 16:49:20 CET

Manuel VACELET wrote:

> Martin J. Stumpf wrote:
>> 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 '!'.
> Good idea but unfortunatly in my case the '.htaccess' is a mandatory
> filename for apache, I can't rename it.

Sure you can. Change the "AccessFileName" directive in your local Apache
config to something besides ".htaccess". Unfortunately, this is at the
scope of the server/virtual host, so it probably isn't feasible if you
have other projects on your local server.

However, if the problem is due to the fact that your local Apache is
missing the modules, shouldn't it be wrapped in an <IfModule> block anyway?

> After speaking with other developers around my it seems that this
> feature could be very useful for many people.

I do agree with this. I have the exact same problem myself: I have a
development WC for our bugtracking system that points to a different
database, so its "localconfig" file must always be different. I can't
remove it from version control because I want the "real" one to be
checked in.

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Received on Fri Mar 25 16:51:59 2005

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