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ignoring(?) a directory that is still under version control

From: Ronny Haryanto <ronny_at_miro.com.au>
Date: 2006-06-14 00:56:38 CEST

Hello everyone,

I have a non-empty sub-directory (let's call it "templates") inside my
main project directory that I would like to keep inside version

When working with a checked out local copy, the content of the files
inside the "templates" change frequently, and new files will be
created in it, too. I would like to ignore the changes and
additions/deletions inside that "templates" sub-directory so that I do
not accidentally commit changes to existing templates.

The reason I would like to keep "templates" under version control is
that I still want to be able to keep track of changes in that
sub-directory even though they happen very rarely.

Currently I set svn:ignore property to * for the "templates"
sub-directory, it seems to be working, but I'm not sure if there's
potentially any negative side effects that I have not realised.

What would be the best way to approach this?


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