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Re: Making a file not under svn control, without deleting off others computers.

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2005-09-09 14:55:14 CEST

WOB wrote:

> If file "local.config" is under SVN control, but I don't want it to be
> - how do I make it not be under SVN control, without deleting it off
> other peoples computers?
> For example, if "local.config" has been checked in to the repository
> accidently, but all my users have already started customizing it, is
> there a way to just "release" it from SVN control? I don't want to do
> a "svn del local.config", only to have it get deleted off their
> machines once they do an update. The file needs to be there, just not
> under SVN control.

Local changes are never lost, even if a file is deleted from the repository.

-- Brane

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