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Re: Holding on to "source" files

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-09-01 20:33:14 CEST

On Sep 1, 2006, at 20:15, mike nicholaides wrote:

> Here's my deal: I'm running a large intranet site. The live copy and
> all the development copies are svn working copies. Now, oftentimes
> people give us Word documents to post, and we convert the to
> Flashpaper or PDFs and then post them. We want the flashpaper and
> pdf's on the live working copy, but not the Word documents. On the
> develop copies, we want both pdfs and Word docs. Is there a scheme
> that anyone has devised to handle this?
> One way to solve this, I think may be to set a property on the files
> that we don't want on the live working copy, and then prevent the
> update from downloading them, or removing them with a script after
> every update.
> Does anyone have any suggestions?

In my projects the top-level directories under trunk are always "web"
and "dev". "web" is what gets checked out on the production web
server. "dev" is everything else that I need for development
(Photoshop files, Word source files or documentation) but which
doesn't go on the live server.

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