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HowTo temporarily exclude a file from being committed to a subversion repository.

From: Robert Krugmann <Robert.Krugmann_at_infoteam.de>
Date: 2005-04-15 14:06:45 CEST


currently we are using a subversion repository including C++/C# sources and
additionally several template or data files.

Template files are supposed to be edited by the corresponding user and will be
adapted to the local requirements of a certain PC. Those files shall not be
committed to the repository, again. (UseCase: The file is missing, so the user
gets the clean template from the repository. The file exists and it will never
be touched from svn again).

Data files are files, that contain data for runnign the system developed in
the sources the repository.
For testing users sometimes mis-configure such files to create specific error
situations. This such a case, they want to temporarily exclude these files from
being committed.

Are these scenarios possible to do in subversion?

Best regards,

Dipl.-Inf. Robert Krugmann (System-Engineer)
infoteam Software Gmbh
Am Bauhof 9
91088 Bubenreuth
Fon: +49 9131 7800 67 / Fax: +49 9131 7800 50 / Web: http://infoteam.de

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