On Tue, 2006-02-07 at 13:49 -0700, Phillip Novess wrote:
> Hey that sounds like a good idea. It is running off of the repo but it
> is just a development instance. I'l do an export for production. And I
> do need these files to be checked in but I can manually do it. Will
> svn:ignore allow me to manually check them in when I need to?
AKAIK, svn add overrides svn:ignore, so Yes.
> On Feb 7, 2006, at 1:12 PM, Lares Moreau wrote:
> On Tue, 2006-02-07 at 12:54 -0700, Phillip Novess wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I was wondering if anybody has any setup advice for my working copies.
> > Specifically, I am working on web based projects. I created a
> > repository, imported my initial code, checked out a working copy. The
> > working copy is actually my document root for a virtual host.
> > The problem is I get lock problems on my working copy. The program
> > uses Apache/PHP to create cache and prefs files. Since these are newly
> > created by the application it wreaks havoc on my working copy. These
> > prefs files are necessary for my revision. The only way I can get it to
> > work is if I copy the auto generated files and directories off the
> > server say using samba, then create them myself and add the files back
> > in manually. Then all the locks are gone and I can checkin my code.
> > This is why I'm thinking it's a permissions issue. However if I just do
> > a chmod and chown i still have problems. And forget about svn cleanup.
> > That's about a joke.
> > Anybody have ideas?
> Does the site run on a working copy of the repo?
> If so, you could add the cache and prefs to svn:ignore, if you don't
> need them.
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