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Re: Ignoring obj that are compiled but have been checked in (HOW?)

From: Frank Gruman <fgatwork_at_verizon.net>
Date: 2005-06-22 15:44:36 CEST

Were the files ever checked into Subversion before you added the
svn:ignore property?

If so, you may have to delete them from your working copy, commit, and
then you should be able to re-add them without version control.

If there are other developers as well, you will have to make sure they
update to the deleted revision (let subversion remove that file from
their working copies) before you add it back.

Hope that helps.


Karm may wrote:

>In our subversion we check in our obj after a major
>release. We want to be able to compile the objs but
>tell subversion to ignore the objs so the directory
>that contains the objs are not marked as "modified".
>svn:ignore tells svn to ignore the files but if they
>are modified then they show up as modified. I don't
>want them to show up as modified.
>Thanx in advance
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