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Re: Ignoring certain versioned files during a commit

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2009a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2009 22:05:28 -0600

On Jan 3, 2009, at 01:41, postmaster_at_tigris.org wrote:

> I'm looking for a "hijack" functionality similar to that in
> ClearCase. Basically, when you mark a file as hijacked, changes to
> the file aren't sent to the server when you commit unless you clear
> the flag from the file.
> Does SVN have something similar? The file should still be
> versioned. This would be used when you want to play around with
> something and make sure it doesn't get accidentally committed.

Not really. You could write a pre-commit hook to prevent the commit
of a certain file, but that's not exactly convenient.

Perhaps the following FAQ will apply to your situation:



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