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Re: Ignore on commit

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-04-26 23:27:44 CEST

On Apr 26, 2007, at 13:39, Drew wrote:

> I've got a couple of files in my project that get modified by users
> with no intention of commiting these changes to the repository. In
> particular, the project definition files I'm using contain
> checksums that use information about the modification time of the
> source files, so every user has a different version of this file.
> However, the file must still be revision controlled.
> Has anyone discussed having an 'ignore' feature for versioned
> files, so that these files would only be committed when explicitly
> selected to be committed, and not continually be flagged as
> 'modified'? I found a few threads asking about this, but haven't
> seen any productive discussion about it. Someone once suggested
> using a file 'template', but this seems like a clumsy workaround
> rather than a solution. I'd be willing to try my hand at
> developing such a feature if I knew it would be well-received by
> the subversion community. Does anyone have any strong feelings
> against such a feature?

Your so-called "clumsy workaround" is the recommended solution to
this problem:


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Received on Thu Apr 26 23:28:39 2007

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