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Re: Update/Commit ignoring lines

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-12-23 14:04:22 CET

On 12/23/05, Eduardo Elias Camponez <camponez@uai.com.br> wrote:
> Hi all....
> First of all, sorry my bad english. :-)
> Im trying migrate my project to Subversion and it's important to know if
> I can do "update ignoring line".
> Let me explain:
> I have a foo.c and bar.c files that are (re)genarate by a script.
> I need that those files have the same hash version. Hash version in this
> case is a line with numbers and letters (something like md5 key).
> Everytime script needs to regenarate those files it make a new key and
> write in particular place of each file (foo.c and bar.c)

If foo.c and bar.c can always be generated by a script that's also in
your project, should foo.c and bar.c be versioned at all?

One thing I read somewhere early in my svn research (it may not have
been an SVN book, maybe just a generic "best practices" for source
control) was "don't version things that can be generated". I think
your files here might fall in that category, if I'm understanding you

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Received on Sun Dec 25 01:40:39 2005

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