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

From: Lorenz <lorenznl_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-09-21 09:27:07 CEST

Brian Munroe wrote:
>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 ?[...]
>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!

or "svn mv <config-file> <config-file.tmplate>".
That way you have the original config file in the repository, and in
your working copy you can make a copy an modify it without it getting
committed every time.


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