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Re: Update/Commit ignoring lines

From: Eduardo Elias Camponez <camponez_at_uai.com.br>
Date: 2005-12-23 15:34:20 CET

Thanks for the tip about version generate things...

But in this example script (re)generate only parts of the files. It only
make that file structure keep the same. But you can customize some
others parts.

Thanks for the answer

Eduardo Elias

Andy Levy wrote:

>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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