[wingide-users] project management and subversion
vania at pandorasdream.com
Fri Jul 11 07:56:13 MDT 2008
If you use Tortoise for UI integration (assuming you're using Windows,
here), there should be an option in your drop down list to ignore your
I'm at work (no svn here), so I can't dig up exactly which feature it is,
but this is what I did on my project. Subversion ignores it, archiving only
the remaining files, so your two systems will have independent IDE
Life is like a sewer. What you get out of it depends on what you put into
it. --Tom Lehrer
On Fri, Jul 11, 2008 at 6:09 AM, Chris Ness <cness at soundmotion.co.uk> wrote:
> First of all would like to congratulate the company on an excellent
> at work I have 2 monitors and have Wing split into two windows. one all
> tools, the other the editor. So the .wpr and python project files are under
> subversion. Fair enough. But when I got home and checked out the project I
> was presented with the same window layout as at work, which was no damn use
> for my single monitor!
> I also ran into some issues regarding project settings when moving between
> platforms (win32/linux)
> I have discovered that projects can be put into shared (.wpr and .wpu)
> mode, but am unsure how to proceed.
> What I'd like is something like the way Visual Studio does things. One
> project file and a user file for every machine I work on.
> Or should I remove .wpu from source control and maintain them manually in
> my working copy? but working copies get torn down occasionally.
> Can .wpu and .wpr reside in different places?
> can I rename the .wpu?
> is there a subversion trick I could use that pulls out a location/platform
> dependant file but renames it?
> All ideas welcome!
> PS I lost all my project items (project tool empty) when switched to
> 'shared project'. Is this normal?
> Wing IDE users list
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