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ignore within external?

From: Jason Huck <jason.huck_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-12 22:19:49 CET

Is it possible to set up an svn:external, but then set particular files
within it to svn:ignore?

I'm including a rather large third party component in one of my projects,
and updating it is a bit painful at the moment. I would love to just switch
it to an svn:external, but there are a handful of configuration files within
it that must be edited to work with my project. As this is third party
stuff, I can't change the way it is set up to externalize the configuration.

I was hoping I could still use an svn:external to make updates easier, but
somehow make exceptions for those few files I have to edit. Is this
possible? If not, any suggested workarounds?


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