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How to avoid eclipse setting files while git rebase? [message #1552289] Thu, 08 January 2015 03:46 Go to next message
Ritesh Patel is currently offline Ritesh PatelFriend
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Hello All,

I have to rebase my feature branch with development branch before merge into development branch. But whenever I do rebase, my eclipse setting files, e.g. .project, .classpath, and maven files, e.g. pom.xml, also changed with development branch version. How do I avoid it?

And even if I switch from one feature branch to another feature branch, it asks me to stash/commit changes for pom.xml and other setting files, which I want to make common for all branches in my local repository.

Can you please help me to solve these issues?

Ritesh Patel.
Re: How to avoid eclipse setting files while git rebase? [message #1565680 is a reply to message #1552289] Thu, 15 January 2015 12:19 Go to previous message
Matthias Sohn is currently offline Matthias SohnFriend
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If you don't want to version control these files you can stop versioning them using Team > Advanced > Untrack"
then commit this using staging view.

Though I would not recommend to stop versioning these files since then you'll have a hard time teaching
all members in the team to use the right settings. Not versioning pom.xml seems wrong to me.
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