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Re: Is there a way to have a local version of a header file?




Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@xxxxxxxxx> writes:

> There might be some way I haven't thought of, in particular maybe you
> can use gitattributes to define a custom diff/merge driver that always
> reports no changes, or some ways to (ab)use the index to make git
> ignore any changes to the file.

Why does this have to be so difficult?

Ship a config.h.sample file, have a Makefile rule that is forced to
run before any compilation happens that checks if config.h exists
and then created it if missing by copying config.h.sample over, and
then all other source files can include config.h without having to
know anything about config.h.sample's existence.

Did I miss something?