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Re: Development with different platforms

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-08-18 22:34:06 CEST

Víctor Pascual Cid <victor@0zero7.com> wrote on 08/18/2005 01:16:41 PM:

> I'm newbie in Subversion, so sorry if this is a very simple question.
> I'm currently the only developer of a project, and depending on where I
> am (at home or at work), I use different platforms to develop my code.
> Concretely I use Eclipse/Linux at work, and Eclipse/MacOS at home.
> What should I do with my ".project" file? It is a platform dependant
> file (because of my filesystems structures), and when I synchronize my
> code Subeclipse says me that this file is missing on the repository.

Did you mean to send this to users@subclipse.tigris.org?

It is very easy to make your .project file platform independent. I would
suggest that you tackle that in case you are ever not the only developer.
Otherwise, all you have to do is add the file to svn:ignore. Subclipse
has an option for this. If the file is in your repos already, then you
will have to delete and commit it first. Do this outside Eclipse
environment, and of course save a copy to put back after you commit the

It should be really easy to just make the file work on both machines.


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