[Lazarus] Storing projects in subversion (or git etc.)

Michael Van Canneyt michael at freepascal.org
Sun Sep 20 11:02:38 CEST 2015

On Sun, 20 Sep 2015, Mark Morgan Lloyd wrote:

> Looking at some projects filed away here, I find I've been inconsistent so 
> would appreciate it if somebody could say authoritatively: what types of file 
> should be put in a repository, and what is regenerated reliably?
> Obviously .lpi, .lpr, .lfm and .pas or .pp should be saved, and any static 
> .inc files.
> I presume that anything machine-generated and usually put into the lib 
> directory shouldn't be stored even if it ends up elsewhere: .ppu, .o, .a, 
> .res, .or.
> What about things like .lrs and .rst?

.rst is also regenerated, no need to store them.


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