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Re: unversioned files.

From: Ulrich Eckhardt <eckhardt_at_satorlaser.com>
Date: 2006-08-04 12:07:37 CEST

On Friday 04 August 2006 10:59, Glenn Pierce wrote:
> At my place of work we have a lot of libraries in the source control and
> projects that depend on them.
> There are people you don't like having to checkout all the libraries and
> recompile them. They would prefer that the person changing the library
> creates a dll and everyone can use that.
> Obviously I wouldn't want this dll versioned as every recompile would
> result in a new versioned file.
> Could I somehow add files to svn and specify that those ones are not
> versioned and simply replaced.

No. If you need that, just put them on a central fileserver.

Other than that, I find it convenient to add the compiled binaries when
tagging. This keeps the main branch clean but allows people to retrieve
tagged (and hopefully tested) versions including the compiled binaries.


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