[wingide-users] project management and subversion

Michael Foord fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Fri Jul 11 08:00:03 MDT 2008


Vania Smrkovski wrote:
> 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 
> .wpu. 
>
> 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 arrangements.
>

Yep - this is what I do. Remove the 'wpu' from version control and then 
set it to ignored. You'll have to do this in two different checkins I think.

Michael

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> On Fri, Jul 11, 2008 at 6:09 AM, Chris Ness <cness at soundmotion.co.uk 
> <mailto:cness at soundmotion.co.uk>> wrote:
>
>     First of all would like to congratulate the company on an
>     excellent product.
>
>     Right...
>
>     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!
>
>     chris
>
>     PS I lost all my project items (project tool empty) when switched
>     to 'shared project'. Is this normal?
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