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Re: Special Keyword for being ignored by diff during commit?

From: Detering Dirk <detering_at_iskv.de>
Date: 2005-10-18 17:09:01 CEST

Thanks for the quick answer.

> I don't think Subversion can do this out-of-the-box.

Well, what a pity.
Your pre-processing hint is something we thought about too,
but its only a workaround. Direct tool support would be better.
(We're working on a new generator indeed, which omits
overwriting a file in the workspace if the new content would
not differ from the previous one.
But we can't switch completely in a short time.)

> The wisdom I've heard on this list is that things which are
> generated
> do not belong in the repository; rather, the code that does the
> generation belongs in the repository.

Yes that's generally true.

> I don't know if that can be applied to your case.

No it isn't in a Model Driven approach, since the
generator output is 'source' at the same time.
In our case due to developer regions containing
manually added code.


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