On Friday, February 21, 2014 1:42:27 PM UTC+1, Damien Robert wrote:
>
> Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen  wrote in message
> <eb8771c9-9ba7-421c-a616-11d35b107...@googlegroups.com <javascript:>>:
> >> Is there a way to tell GIT that after upgrading the solution file I 
> don't˙
> >> want it to concider this change as one that needs to be added to the 
> commit?
> >> Something like: GIT knows that there are couple of lines in one file 
> that˙
> >> are only used by me and don't need to be commited. Hence IDE won't 
> upgrade˙
> >> this file anymore, and I don't have to revert it each time I commit.
> ˙
> > Try --assume-unchanged with git update-index:˙
> > https://www.kernel.org/pub/software/scm/git/docs/git-update-index.html
>
> In this case it would be better to use --skip-worktree. --assume-unchanged
> is to speed-up index refreshs by telling that it can assumes some paths 
> were
> not changed, while --skip-worktree is to explicitly tell git not to touch
> this file.
> See for instance
>
> http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13630849/git-difference-between-assume-unchanged-and-skip-worktree
> there is a great summary at
> http://fallengamer.livejournal.com/93321.html
>
>
Nice! Learned something new there :)

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