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Re: Mark a file as locally ignored

From: Manuel VACELET <manuel.vacelet-abecedaire_at_st.com>
Date: 2005-03-25 16:56:09 CET

Toby Johnson wrote:
> 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.

Yes, you're right, I wanted to say "I can't modify this filename"

> 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?

In fact, I have to comment a <IfModule> for a strange reason (even if
the module exist) :?

>> 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.

I can submit a new issue in the BTS if you think it's relevant.


# VACELET Manuel     manuel.vacelet-abecedaire(at)st(dot)com #
# STMicroelectronics - HPC/STS                               #
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