Ignore files during svn commit

Subversion can ignore certain files when you attempt to commit. In NetBeans, it is just as simple as right click on the Locally Modified file in Subversion panel and choose Ignore option. On the command-line, you can see this section from the documentation. you can also configure the global-ignore property in Subversion’s configuration file.

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How to checkout and open a NetBeans project from a Subversion server using NetBeans 5.5 beta2

1. cd to the bin directory in NetBeans. i.e. cd ~/netbeans-5.5beta2/bin 2. ./netbeans 3. If you have proxy server, click Proxy Configuration, else skip to #6 4. Enter Proxy Host name 5. Enter Proxy Port and click OK 6. Tools –> Update Center 7. Click Next 8. Select Subversion and Click Add 9. Click Next […]

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Subversion Notes

I just saw a configuration howto here. I do agree that you can use it to maintain ordinary files beyond source code. That reminded me that I also have some raw notes. While the HowTo showed instructions onĀ  Linux/Debian/Ubuntu, my notes were taken from an install on a system with Solaris installed. There should be […]

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