Follow-to this question: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4052999/the-dual-nature-of-svnignore
Is there any way to accomplish the second scenario? i.e. Stop Tortoise SVN or plain SVN from listing a fixed set of files which have local modifications but are under version control from appearing in the commit list?
I am on a project where I am the sole remote developer with a group of developers in another company, as a consequence all the other developers can share certain files which I need to make local modifications to.
Tortoise supports this via the ignore-on-commit changelist. Any items in the ignore-on-commit changelist will be unchecked by default in the Tortoise commit dialog. To add an item to the list, right-click it in the commit dialog or the modifications dialog, mouse over "Move to changelist" and select "ignore-on-commit"