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RE: Newbie question: commit

From: lluporini
Subject: RE: Newbie question: commit
Date: Sun, 18 Apr 2004 14:18:00 -0300
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Thanks Conrad!

I think I could implement a script that checks for restricated file names in the
commit being issued and returns a non-zero in some cases. But what about this

1. Server must accept all changes from developers that commit changed files
2. Developers should take care of what they're commiting so that they can 
change that custom_config.php when they want to.

I think this could be implemented commiting just the desired files without
recursion but I wonder if there's something like the file .cvsignore that
applies to updates and checkouts but not to commits. In that case being a
developer I could write a .cvscommitignore file containing the files of my
working copy that I don't want "cvs commit" to consider when used recursively.

Thanks again.


Mensaje citado por "Conrad T. Pino" <address@hidden>:

> >     My question is: is there a way to prevent a file/directory from being
> > commited when someone does a "project wide" commit?
> >     Thanks in advance.
> You're welcome.
> > Luis.
> Conrad

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