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Re: Take a file out of subversion....for a time

From: Brian Munroe <brian.e.munroe_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-09-20 16:50:27 CEST

On 9/20/07, Albert Shih <Albert.Shih@obspm.fr> wrote:


> This config file don't change many time (1 time in a year), well I think
> the most simple solution is to get them off the subversion. But how can I
> do that ? If I make a
> svn propedit svn:ignore .
> it's not working (I think because it's already in subversion).

I suggest:

1. Make a copy of the config file outside of the working copy (WC) directory
2. using subversion, delete (svn del) the config file in the WC.
3. svn commit on the WC
4. move the copy config file back into the WC.

Not under version control anymore!

> In the same situation can I have some solution to «frezee» two versions
> (one on server, one on the developper working dir), and in 1 or 2 year
> merge them again.

Others might have better suggestions, but since this happens so
infrequently, I'd probably just manually do this.

-- brian

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