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RE: Ignore on commit

From: yasin motcu <yasinmotcu_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 3 Sep 2009 01:17:48 -0700 (PDT)

as said you can use svnlook changed command, and you can use this simple python code in pre-commit hook to prevent.

def checkifpomxml(str):
    return 0
files = '%s changed -t "%s" "%s" % SVNLOOK,txn,repos)'
f =os.popen(files,'r')
for line in f:
  if control==0:
     sys.stderr.write("u cannot commit this file")

> How to always stop particular files (already versioned) from being
> commited? Yes, I am aware these files should be templates, but that
> was not my call.


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