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

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-04-16 02:55:58 CEST

On Apr 15, 2005, at 7:06 AM, Robert Krugmann wrote:

> Hello,
> 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?

Maybe this FAQ will help?


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