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Re: Way to not commit changes to a file?

From: Nico Kadel-Garcia <nkadel_at_comcast.net>
Date: 2006-05-18 21:26:09 CEST

Duncan Murdoch wrote:
> On 5/18/2006 2:13 PM, Adam Bender wrote:
>> I want to make local changes to a file, and have them not sent to
>> the respository when I do a commit. But I want that file to update
>> when I do an update. Is there an easier way to do this than
>> commiting everything file by file except for the one I don't want to
>> commit?
> You can use wildcards on the command line to choose what to commit.
> It's file-by-file, but not a lot of work for you.
> If you're using TortoiseSVN, you can uncheck one file in the list it
> presents to you before committing.
> As far as I know there's no way to mark a file to say "don't commit
> this, even if I ask you to".
> Duncan Murdoch

Use a symlink to a file in a different project or different relative
location. That lets you segregate the changes of one directory from another.

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