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From Sander Temme <san...@temme.net>
Subject What to do with changed generated files?
Date Fri, 23 Feb 2007 04:16:25 GMT
Folks,

What would you consider Best Practice when one svn ups the manual  
tree, touches one file, builds and then finds a bunch of generated  
files changed because of an XML source change inherited from the svn up?

1) Commit inadvertedly changed generated files with ones own change?
2) Commit own change, its generated files, and then commit inadvertedly
    changed generated files under separate cover?
3) Commit just ones own change and its generated files?
4) Commit just ones own change and leave it to someone else to generate
    the HTML?

Enlightment appreciated.

S. (Abort, Retry, Ignore?)

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