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Deployment with simbolyc links

From: Giorgio Sironi <piccoloprincipeazzurro_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2009 21:32:43 +0100

Hello, I use subversion for development and deploying of a web application.
I set svn:ignore on config files folder and it works like a charm. However,
I have to substitute three folders that on the hosting have not right
permissions (writable from apache) with three symbolic links to writable
directories that lies elsewhere on the server.
Now when I do svn switch over another tag of my application, svn refuse to
continue because sees files (links) instead of the dirs that are in the
repository. I have to rename the links, switch and then removes the checkout
folders and rename the links again. What can I do to tell svn to ignore my
modified files? --force does not work.
Thanks in advance.

Giorgio Sironi
Piccolo Principe & Ossigeno Scripter
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