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Re: excluding a file from commit and update?

From: Bjørn T Johansen <btj_at_havleik.no>
Date: 2005-09-14 16:25:01 CEST

I was kind of hoping there were a more elegant solution for this, like telling subversion
to ignore this file when doing a commit, but....


Vincent Starre wrote:
> The accepted way is to have a template of the file, and have people copy
> the template to the "real" file. In the case of programming (at least,
> with compiled languages), you can make this part of your Makefile. (eg:
> build.h: build.tmpl; cp build.tmpl build.h)
> Bjørn T Johansen wrote:
>> I have a file I need to include under version control, but only the
>> initial version..
>> Any changes done after the add should not be commited...
>> Is there a way to accomplish this?
>> Regards,
>> BTJ

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Received on Wed Sep 14 16:27:42 2005

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