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Re: Filtering the files that are checked out or exported

From: Mark Parker <mark_at_msdhub.com>
Date: 2005-05-09 17:13:48 CEST

Kyle Heon wrote:
> Hello!
> We do a lot of ASP.NET development which compiles down to a series of
> dllís. Most of this development happens local but we also have a public
> development area for content updates and such where we also have a
> working copy of the site for this sort of thing.
> The problem is that with .NET sites there are .cs and .resx files that
> are not necessary, we just care about the .aspx and the compiled
> binaries in the bin folder.
> Is there a way to continue using Subversion in this manner but get it to
> ignore the .cs and .resx files on this public development area? We want
> to be able to continue committing change to the repository from this
> public area.
> Also, when we are ready to push all changes live is it possible to
> export the site and have it not include these .cs and .resx files?
> Kyle Heon
> kheon@comcast.net

Usually people put sources (*.cs, *.resx, *.aspx, etc), not the results
of a compile (bin\* in your case) into a repository. In order to make a
deployable version, you checkout your sources, compile, and deploy.

VS.NET has a fairly useful feature that copies only the files needed to
run the web application. It's "Copy Project" and you'll find it on the
"Project" menu.


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