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Preventing local modified files from beeing comitted (svn:ignore)

From: Reinhard Brandstaedter <Reinhard.Brandstaedter_at_jku.at>
Date: 2006-11-02 10:53:07 CET

Hi,

I've changed my CVS users to Subversion :-) but there is quite a few
things these users still want to do as they are used to it from CVS.

One thing is working with svn:ignore or CVSIGNORE.
Some of them were used to preventing changes on files being comitted to
the repository by adding those files to cvsignore. This also worked with
files that already were under version control.
So they try to add versioned files they don't want to be comitted to
svn:ignore (with their eclipse IDE SVN plugin) which doesn't work.

Is there a way to mark a file as local changes only so that this file's
changes will not be comitted?

Reinhard

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