|Jun 29, 2007, 01:17 AM||#1|
Subversion question about commited files
Is it possible for Subversion to not update a file thats in a repository?
Here is a scenario:
Im scripting in ruby and using TextMate as the text editor. I have saved my project as a TextMate project file, which I would like to include in the repository along with my ruby files, but I dont want Subversion to keep tabs on on the TextMate project files to avoid unnecessary conflict errors.
Is this possible?
|Jun 30, 2007, 08:45 PM||#2|
Your best bet would be not to add the files to the repository in the first place. It is possible to have a local directory that has some files that are version controlled and some that are not. Add your ruby files to the repository, do not add the Textmate files.
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